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June 26, 2017

"The State of Health Care in Wisconsin – Advocacy in a Divided Country" Tim Size, RWHC Executive Director, co-presented with the Eric Borgerding, Wisconsin Hospital Association's President/CEO, at the annual Wisconsin Rural Health Conference in the Wisconsin Dells on 6/22/17.


June 15, 2017

No RWHC Eye on Health for July - Editor "Gone Fishing"


May 16, 2017

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

  • Headaches in the Senate
  • America’s Nurses Oppose AHCA
  • Disagreeing without Being Disagreeable
  • Rural Health Networks and Coalitions Toolkit
  • Rural Social Isolation & Public Health
  • Leadership Insights: “Abe Lincoln-Project Manager”
  • 25th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize
  • Help Grow Next Generation of Rural Health Leaders
  • Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs
  • Eye On Health Cartoons

Thanks for your ongoing interest in rural health!


May 12, 2017

The May 2017 Issue of the Leadership Insights newsletter "Abraham Lincoln, Project Manager"  by Jo Anne Preston is now available.  Click to view newsletter


May 11, 2017

From The Tomah (Wisconsin) Journal: “Rural hospital spokesman says health legislation 'would not be a pretty picture' “


March 29, 2017

Registration is open for the Medical College of Wisconsin’s annual Community Engagement Week for sessions to facilitate education, networking, recognition and promotion of Community Engagement to strengthen community and academic collaboration around health by exploring and growing our common ground to improve the lives of Wisconsin Communities. Registration ends on April 7.


March 16, 2017

The March 2017 Issue of the Leadership Insights newsletter "Change ChallengesPART 2 of 2"  by Jo Anne Preston is now available.  Click to view newsletter


March 9, 2017

Finding Order During Chaos: The 2016 Post-Election Rural Perspective” (Video of RWHC Retreat Keynote Address, March 35d, 2017, 1 hr 19 min)

Brock Slabach is Sr. Vice-President, Member Services, National Rural Health Association. He was a rural hospital administrator for more than 21 years. He has been on the board of the National Rural Health Association, the regional policy board of the American Hospital Association, as well as many regional and state boards involving rural health. Brock discussed the 2016 election results and the potential impact of policy changes on health networks and their members. Rural providers of health care are disproportionately dependent on government payers to sustain the services they offer. Policy changes could create chaos. Network leaders should assume a leadership role in assisting their members to create order from the chaos that will translate into action for the communities they serve.






February 28, 2017

Provider collaboratives: Working together to navigate the changing health care delivery system  "Are provider collaboratives here to stay—or are they just a temporary fad? And what makes them successful? We talked to nine collaboratives to learn more." 

 Deloitte February, 2017


February 23, 2017

The February 2017 Issue of the Leadership Insights newsletter "Change ChallengesPART 1" by Jo Anne Preston is now available.  Click to view newsletter

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