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Rural Health Works Workshop

National Center for Rural Health Works Workshop
The National Center for Rural Health Works (NCHRW) is a federally funded research center established over 25 years ago to create economic impact tools, surveys and needs assessments for public usage. Recently, NCRHW was transitioned to the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in order to continue the work of educating various rural stakeholders of these tools, such as this workshop.
The workshop provides attendees a better understanding of the tools and services that the national center provides to the rural health services sector.
NCRHW has researched and studied the economic impact of primary care physicians, rural hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, and dentists for over 25 years. We hope we can provide you and your organization additional support by increasing community and economic engagement.

RHW Workshop Agenda for Albuquerque_ NM June 12_ 2019(1)
New Mexico Workshop Registration

Date

Jun 12 2019

Time

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

$25

Location

Marriott Uptown, ABQ
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