The availability and accessibility of primary health care services in rural areas is severely limited this issue brief examines the role non physician providers could play in filling this need meeting the primary care needs of rural america national conference of state legislatures scope of practice legislative database . About rural health care about 25 percent of rural children live in poverty 5 people who live in rural america rely more heavily on the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap benefits program the national rural health association strongly recommends that definitions of rural be specific to the purposes of the programs in . National advisory committee on rural health and human services publications reports and recommendations the intersection of rural poverty and federal human services programs january 2014 pdf recommendations from the first eight years of the national advisory committee on rural health . Tailoring programs and services to meet rural needs the traditional emphasis on access to care as the principal issue in rural areas is important but it is too restrictive to enable the resolution of the myriad of rural public health challenges. Expertly facilitated services conducted by the centers staff of national rural health experts will help hospitals and organizations achieve this success social determinants of health for rural people to learn what data to use and how to analyze it to explore health related outcomes in relationship to a variety of social
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