HHS Awards $60 Million To Shore Up Rural Health Care Workforce

By Bridget Early / August 8, 2022 at 7:57 PM
HHS awarded $60 million to stabilize the health care workforce in rural areas across the country in a bid to improve quality of care and retain providers as rampant shortages continue to strain the health care sector . The funding was awarded to over 60 grantees on Monday (Aug. 8). HHS’ funding – which includes about $46 million from the American Rescue Plan – is split into four buckets, each targeting different aspects of rural provider shortages and care quality...

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