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April 7, 2020

A COVID-19 Special Issue of RWHC Eye On Health is now available and Includes:

  • Seeking a Fair Distribution of Hospital Aid
  • Rural Cases Growing Much More Rapidly
  • WI Rural Hospitals Could Give Edge in Surge
  • Impact of Virus Reducing Partisan Differences
  • “Have Hope-Weight Gain Not a Failure”
  • “Finding Leadership in COVID-19”
  • Monato Rural Health Essay Prize Guidelines
  • NRHA Rural Leadership Development Needs Your Donation

April 2, 2020

CDC Update for Rural Partners, Stakeholders, and Communities on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response  

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Dr. Jay Butler (Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases, CDC)
Opening Remarks: Eric Hargan (Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS))

Register required at https://bit.ly/3dRpomQ

March 27, 2020

A One Page "Preparedness for Caregivers during COVID19"  from AARP


March 26, 2020

Tips for Family Caregivers During Corona Times <https://bit.ly/2y3vP5E>

This is a great resource to get some ideas for making a difference even when we can’t go out to visit others who are ill or put the elderly at risk. Where there is a will, there is a way. Below is more information about "Share the Care."


More information available at: https://www.sharethecare.org





March 23, 2020

 WI Health Care Leaders Urge the Public to Abide by “Safer at Home” Order for COVID-19 


March 16, 2020

RWHC Office Meeting/Roundtable Update
RWHC has decided to have all roundtables meet via Zoom web-conferencing only until further notice as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. They will continue on their regular scheduled dates and times and the connection information will be posted in the roundtable portals.

Please contact the RWHC Office at 608-643-2343 or office@rwhc.com if you have any questions.

Click for updated listing of upcoming RWHC Meetings and cancellations.

March 14, 2020

The April Issue of RWHC Eye On Health is now available and Includes:

  • Rural Hospitals Gowning for the Virus
  • Rural Is an Untapped Hotbed of Innovation
  • Rural Needs Proactive Medical Schools
  • Who Rescues the Rural Rescuers?
  • Leadership Insights: “Kind Leaders”
  • Monato Rural Health Essay Prize Guidelines
  • NRHA Rural Leadership Development Endowment
  • Eye On Health Cartoons

February 22, 2020

Video: The Second Annual Richland Area Economic Development Summit

The Second Annual Richland Area Economic Development Summit was on February 19th, sponsored by the Community Prosperity Alliance, a division of Southwest Partners. The Summit brought together business, city and county leaders for an update on issues that impact local and regional economies. Watch this video to see how one rural community is actively working to create a new future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8aXPjjULQg

December 11, 2019
Rurual Wisconsin Chronic Disease Toolkit

We have updated the Rural Wisconsin Chronic Disease Toolkit to include resources for diabetes, blood pressure, self-measured blood pressure monitoring resources, and other chronic disease management resources that have been tested and used by our members that are a part of the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative Primary Care Improvement Project. With the new updates you have the ability to print off specific checklists, diagrams, and other tools right from the Table of Contents.

For more information on downloading the toolkit go to www.Hipxchange.org or contact Cheryl DeVault, Primary Care Program Manager.

November 8, 2019

"Conversation Starters re Urban-Rural Language Differences and Other Stumbling Blocks to Understanding Our Working Together" by Tim Size, RWHC Executive Director

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