Topics: Federally Qualified Health Centers

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Eye Health Needs: Preserving the Eyesight of Rural and Underserved Populations

child getting eye exam, image source: National Eye Institute


Rural Americans of all ages often go without eye healthcare, a gap that has obvious consequences: blindness and low vision. National associations and an FQHC administrator talk about how rural vision care can be improved to increase quality of life and prevent disability in rural patients.

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January 9, 2019

Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence: Some Do’s and Don’ts for Health Providers

doctor holding a purple ribbon


In this in-depth story, multiple clinical issues surrounding domestic violence (DV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) in rural settings are discussed by providers, researchers, and those serving indigenous populations. Rural prevalence rates, provider knowledge gaps, and healthcare expenditures are also reviewed.

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October 17, 2018

An Interview with Darrold Bertsch

Darrold Bertsch


The shared CEO of both a North Dakota Critical Access Hospital and a Federally Qualified Health Center discusses how these two essential safety net providers work together to meet the healthcare needs of their rural region.

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September 2, 2015

Technology Stemming from Tragedy

Finger Lakes Telehealth Network telehealth consultation


Finger Lakes Community Health, a rural Federally Qualified Health Center, created an open access telehealth network to improve efficiency and protect their staff, after two separate traffic accidents involving FLCH providers.

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August 5, 2015