Topics: Idaho

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“Doing Something Exceptional”: Rural Communities and Colorectal Cancer Screening

graphic of colorectal cancer


Colorectal cancer stands out as a cancer with increased incidence and mortality rates in rural areas – rates that are likely influenced by lack of screening. Using different approaches, two rural healthcare organizations in Idaho and Kentucky show how they are saving lives by improving colorectal cancer screening rates in their communities.

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July 12, 2017

Strategies for Superbugs: Antibiotic Stewardship for Rural Hospitals

Clostridium difficile bacterium


Resistant bacteria, or “superbugs,” are a cause of major medical illness and death. Government and accreditation agencies, as well as infectious disease experts, believe hospital antibiotic stewardship programs are the answer to blunting the impact and development of these germs. Despite limited resources, rural and Critical Access Hospitals are activating their stewardship programs.

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March 22, 2017

Care Coordination Keeps Patients, Providers in the Loop

Community Care of NC care manager


Provides an update on three providers’ coordinated care services and the progress they’ve made since their stories were first published in the Rural Monitor. Includes programs in North Carolina, Idaho, and Missouri.

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February 21, 2013

Delivering Doctors

David Schmitz


The Community Apgar Questionnaire is an innovative new assessment that helps small hospitals recruit physicians.

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August 21, 2009