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National rural health resource center aim for impact and sustainability

600 East Superior Street, Suite 404 I Duluth, MN 55802 I Ph. 800.997.6685 or 218.727.9390 I www.ruralcenter.org

National Rural Health Resource Center

Aim for Impact and Sustainability

Essentials for Leaders in Rural Health


Who we are
Who We Are

The National Rural Health Resource Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining and improving health care in rural communities. As the nation’s leading technical assistance and knowledge center in rural health, The Center focuses on five core areas:

  • Performance Improvement

  • Health Information Technology

  • Workforce

  • Community Health Assessments

  • Networking


Goals of rhitnd grantees
Goals of RHITND Grantees

  • Vendor selection and purchase of equipment

  • Achieving Stage 1 Meaningful Use

  • Interfacing with other facilities/health information exchange

  • Improved access and quality for patients

  • Network development and sustainability


It s complicated
It’s Complicated!

“Even small health care institutions are complex, barely manageable places. Large health care organizations may be the most complex organizations in human history.”

-Peter Drucker



Systems approach1
Systems Approach

Strategic Planning

Workforce and Culture

Impact and Outcomes

Leadership

Patients, Partners & Communities

Operations and Processes

Measurement, Feedback &

Knowledge Management

Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework


Leadership
Leadership

Enhancing leadership awareness, alignment, and capabilities


Strategic planning
Strategic Planning

Planning and aligning initiatives with organizational strategies.


Patients partners communities
Patients, Partners & Communities

Focusing on patients, partners and community health.


Measurement feedback knowledge management
Measurement, Feedback & Knowledge Management

Evaluating progress, managing knowledge and utilizing tools and resources.


Workforce and culture
Workforce and Culture

Developing workforce capacity and a quality-focused, change-ready culture.


Operations and processes
Operations and Processes

Continuously improving processes, services, and products.


Impact and outcomes
Impact and Outcomes

Calculating and communicating value and impact.



Aim for impact and sustainability
Aim for Impact and Sustainability

Essentials for Leaders in Rural Health

A collection of materials and resources for RHITND network leaders based on a systems approach and Baldrige Performance Excellence framework.


Technical assistance objectives
Technical Assistance Objectives

  • Improve and sustain rural health organizations using systems frameworks

  • Build rural health leadership skills

  • Identify peers and partners to share best practices

DRAFT January 2013


National rural health resource center aim for impact and sustainability

Aim for Impact and Sustainability TA

Strategic Planning

Workforce and Culture

Impact and Outcomes

Leadership

Patients, Partners & Communities

Operations and Processes

Measurement, Feedback &

Knowledge Management

Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework


National rural health resource center aim for impact and sustainability

Terry Hill

Executive Director

National Rural Health Resource Center

600 East Superior Street, Suite 404

Duluth, MN 55802

(218) 727-9390 ext. (232)

thill@ruralcenter.org

Sally Trnka

Senior Program Coordinator

National Rural Health Resource Center

600 East Superior Street, Suite 404

Duluth, MN 55802

(218) 727-9390 ext. (233)

strnka@ruralcenter.org

Kap Wilkes

Program Manager II

National Rural Health Resource Center

600 East Superior Street, Suite 404

Duluth, MN 55802

(218) 727-9390 ext. (226)

kwilkes@ruralcenter.org

Joe Wivoda

HIT Consultant & CIO

National Rural Health Resource Center

600 East Superior Street, Suite 404

Duluth, MN 55802

(218) 262-9100

jwivoda@ruralcenter.org