AHA October 21, 2020
Erika Rogan

Rural hospitals are well accustomed to working through challenges. They typically operate under tight resource and staffing constraints, and they make hard choices in order to keep their doors open, even in the best of times. Despite this tall order, rural providers remain stalwarts of their communities, deeply tied to their mission and the people they serve.

The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated the problems these hospitals face, including cash flow concerns and workforce shortages. While the virus was slower to arrive in some rural areas, more than half of rural counties are now experiencing infection rates of 100 or more new cases per 100,000 residents. The storm has not subsided, and rural hospitals need the right tools to weather it.

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