National Center for Rural Health Works Workshop

Hosted by the New Mexico Primary Care Office

& Leveraging the Economic and Community Impact of Rural Health Care


June 12, 2019

12:00 to 5:00 PM

Cost: $25

Albuquerque Marriott

2101 Louisiana Boulevard NE, 
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110

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The National Center for Rural Health Works workshop is an interactive learning experience designed for rural healthcare leaders. Participants of the workshop will gain a better understanding of the economic impact of their healthcare sector through use of specific tools and methods developed by NCRHW for hospitals, clinics, dentists, veterinarians, and healthcare workforce demand.

Additionally, participants will learn how to access NCAHD’s free, national healthcare workforce mapping portal.  Participants will learn how to map, analyze and download healthcare workforce, demographics, shortage designations, healthcare determinants and over 100 other data-sets for FREE.

NCRHW has developed tools and templates, and can provide training and technical assistance in a multitude of areas:
  • Economic Impact
  • Rural Health Needs Analysis
  • Specialty Physician Supply and Demand
  • Community Health Needs Assessment Development
These tools and templates created by NCRHW help to make the case for the importance of local healthcare services by engaging community leaders to make informed decisions and developing a plan of action. 
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