The National Center for Rural Health Works provides tools and templates by which community residents can evaluate their health systems. This is typically accomplished by training state teams to assist rural communities. The National Center (or RHW) provides training, tools, templates, and technical assistance in the following areas: Economic Impact, Community Health Needs Assessment, Rural Health Needs Assessment, and Rural Health Service Profitability.
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- Developing a Pipeline for the Community-Based Primary Care Workforce and Its Leadership: The Kraft Center for Community Health Leadership’s Fellowship and Practitioner Programs
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- Growth and Changes in the National Health Service Corps Workforce with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
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