Rural Healthcare Delivery Redesign

Ann Arbor MI 10-21-2019 10-21-2019 Health systems across the country strive to achieve the Triple Aim of improving patient-centered care, cost-effectiveness, and population health outcomes. However, many community and rural settings may face challenges due to resource limitations, economies of scale, and provider shortages. This session will present the mixed-methods approach of the University of Michigan Acute Care Research Unit and MidMichigan Health in examining key service areas, and barriers and opportunities for care coordination in a rural health system.

Speakers: Margaret Greenwood-Ericksen, MD and Wilson Nham, MPH, CAPM

October 21, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online Webinar
Sponsored by: Region V Public Health Training Center
Contact Information: mphtc@umich.edu

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Health systems across the country strive to achieve the Triple Aim of improving patient-centered care, cost-effectiveness, and population health outcomes. However, many community and rural settings may face challenges due to resource limitations, economies of scale, and provider shortages. This session will present the mixed-methods approach of the University of Michigan Acute Care Research Unit and MidMichigan Health in examining key service areas, and barriers and opportunities for care coordination in a rural health system.