none scheduled at this time
Each webinar focuses on an issue or area that presents opportunities for public-private collaboration to improve rural health. Topics align with the work of foundations and rural stakeholders and feature program experts from across the federal government. All are recorded and available here for your review.
Requested by participants at the July 2013 Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health Care meeting, the series is presented in collaboration with the White House Rural Council, Grantmakers In Health and the National Rural Health Association ,
Leveraging Health IT/Telehealth in Rural Health Care
April 24, 2014
The State Loan Repayment Program
February 27, 2014
Key HHS Investments to Improve Rural Behavioral Health
February 20, 2014
USDA Opportunities for Improving Rural Health
January 23, 2014
The Rural Health Philanthropy Partnership is an ongoing collaboration of nearly 200 stakeholders dedicated to improving health care for the almost 60 million Americans living in rural America.
The philanthropies span the country and have made commitments to address the health care needs of rural communities including mental and oral health services, telemedicine, and child and elderly care
This partnership is part of the work of the White House Rural Council, created in June 2011 by Executive Order, to coordinate programs across and outside government to encourage collaboration designed to promote economic prosperity and quality of life in rural communities.