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Episode 54: Rural Health Policy & Advocacy Part 2

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Episode 54: Rural Health Policy & Advocacy Part 2

Legislations that paint with a broad brush often leaves rural hospitals unsupported at best and disadvantaged at worst.
March 10, 2022

Episode 54: Rural Health Policy & Advocacy Part 2

The healthcare industry is not homogenous and rural hospitals know that better than anyone. Legislations that paint with a broad brush often leaves rural hospitals unsupported at best and disadvantaged at worst. This week, we welcome Josh Jorgensen, Government Affairs & Policy Director for the National Rural Heath Association, who engages in the important work of advocating for rural health on a daily basis.

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