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  • Health Disparities are Calling: Is Telemedicine the Answer?

    Webinars

    Sep 12, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (ET)
    Rural Health and the Law, Part I In the first webinar, participants will explore the growing disparity between rural and urban health outcomes. Recent trends in telemedicine, which promises to help bridge the gap between rural and urban health outcomes, will be also be explored. 

  • Integrating Legal Services into Recovery Efforts: Can Medical-Legal Partnerships help?

    Webinars

    Oct 10, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (ET)
    Rural Health and the Law, Part II The second webinar in the 3-part series will be co-sponsored by AHLA’s In-House Counsel Practice Group, and will be focused on public health and legal approaches to addressing the opioid epidemic in rural communities. Speakers will explore the data related to disparities in opioid related health outcomes in rural and urban communities. And, at the heart of this program will be a discussion about how medical-legal services partnerships (MLPs) can serve as a critical recovery service, when coupled with medical and behavioral health services.

  • Narrowing the Rural Health Disparity Gap: Success in using ACO’s and Integrated Care Models

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    Nov 14, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (ET)
    Rural Health and the Law, Part III Speakers will offer comments on health care reform initiatives designed to improve quality and lower costs, for better population health, including accountable care models and integrated care models, and will highlight evidence of success in using these models to narrow rural health disparities.