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Value-based care: Better healthcare means better outcomes

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The North Dakota Rural Health Value group examines the intricacies of moving from volume-based to value-based care at Critical Access Hospitals. What does the future of healthcare look like? To a group in North Dakota, the future means three things: “better patient care, improved community health, and lower healthcare costs” – otherwise known as the […]

Learning to lead

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UND Master of Public Health alumnus Matthew Campion takes on a leadership role for a Critical Access Hospital in South Dakota Matt Campion didn’t plan on being a healthcare leader at a hospital in rural Miller, S.D. In fact, he didn’t contemplate going into healthcare leadership at all until late in his college career. Yet, […]

Eight North Dakota hospitals named among top 100 Critical Access Hospitals

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Eight Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in North Dakota have been named to the Top 100 CAHs for 2022, according to the Chartis Center for Rural Health. Top 100 hospitals are top performers, excelling in financial efficiency, achieving higher quality, securing better outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction, and operating at a lower cost than their peers across […]