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January 18, 2020

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

A Call for Rural Community Investment 
New Decade–Old Politics
Dealing with Rural Clinician Shortages
"Who and What are APRNs?”
Leadership Insights: “Play at Work” 
Monato Rural Health Essay Prize Guidelines
NRHA Rural Health Policy Institute, February 11-13, 2020
NRHA Rural Leadership Development Endowment
Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs
Eye On Health Cartoons



Mind of a Champion: Join the Health Champions Campaign Leadership Insights: “Story Time”
Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs 27th Annual Monato Rural Essay Prize Submissions Due June 1st Donate to NRHA Foundation for Rural Leadership Development
NRHA Health Policy Institute, Feb 5-7 Rural Health Careers Wisconsin Eye On Health Cartoo

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


September 18, 2019
The September Issue of Leadership Insights Newsletter "Take a Break from Guilt", by Jo Anne Preston, Workforce & Organizational Development Senior Manager, is now available online.

June 6, 2019

"The State of Rural Wisconsin Health" by Tim Size, RWHC Executive Director, Wisconsin Rural Health Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI, June 13, 2019


May 31, 2019
Measles & MMR Vaccination: CDC Experts Answer Your Questions

January 8, 2019

Introducing HEAL

RWHC is committed to partnering for opportunities to reduce burnout in healthcare providers and leaders. One great program that addresses this is the HEAL - Healthy Embodied Agile Leadership program. The goal of the HEAL program is to provide a pathway for healthcare practitioners/leaders to sustainably thrive and be a force for positive change in their patients, practices and systems. 

Click Here for the 2019 schedule and signup links.



January 7, 2019

RWHC is committed to partnering for opportunities to reduce burnout in healthcare providers and leaders. One great program that addresses this is the HEAL - Healthy Embodied Agile Leadership program. The goal of the HEAL program is to provide a pathway for healthcare practitioners/leaders to sustainably thrive and be a force for positive change in their patients, practices and systems. This opportunity for physicians, clinicians, C-Suite-any health care leader-focuses on resiliency in these times of chaotic change. In this CME approved program, participants will learn to:

  • ·   Shift from coping to transforming, reframing problems into opportunities
  • ·   Learn practices for building resilience
  • ·   Build energy agility among 4 patterns in the nervous system
  • ·   Learn how to use oneself as an instrument for positive change

HEAL has achieved exceptional results with participating physicians and healthcare leaders. Join for one of the 2019 events!

For more information about HEAL, program outcomes and accreditation: visit http://institutezenleadership.org/portfolio/heal/  or contact Jo Anne Preston, RWHC Workforce & Organizational Development Senior Manager, jpreston@rwhc.com

November 27, 2018

A Very Partial List of Rural Health Innovations in Wisconsin–" 'The Challenge is Not so Much New Models But Further Expanding a Culture of Innovation.' This brief compendium of 32 rural innovations was collected from Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (RWHC) Members and Staff for a Rural Policy Research Institute Health Panel meeting, supported by the Helmsley Foundation, for a conversation about innovations occurring in rural health practice, delivery system design and payment models on December 6 and 7 in Washington, DC."  Tim Size, RWHC Executive Director 


November 14, 2018

Rural Health in Wisconsin: Workforce Challenges and Bright Spots," a PPT by Tim Size, RWHC Executive Director for the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Ground Rounds, 11/14/18.

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