Rural health care the focus of special day
Hospitals play crucial role in serving public
Amazing things are happening in rural America. Small towns, farming villages and frontier areas are fueled by the creative energy of ordinary citizens who historically have been willing to step forward and take risks in order to provide a wealth of products and resources for the rest of the country.
Unfortunately, these communities face unique health care concerns: lack of health care providers; accessibility issues, particularly transportation and technology; and affordability issues as the result of larger percentages of uninsured and underinsured citizens and greater out-of-pocket health costs.
Meanwhile, rural hospitals and health systems face declining reimbursement rates and disproportionate funding levels that make it challenging to meet physical, social and economic needs of their communities.
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