With ICAHN and our Professional Education Services, you can focus on continuing education webinars and workforce development seminars that meet the ever-changing needs of rural providers.

What's Happening

Opioid Crisis Next Door Conference

ICAHN member hospitals and coalitions alike are asked to save Wednesday, June 8 for the next "Opioid Crisis Next Door" conference, held at the I-Hotel and Conference Center, Champaign. Topics will focus on substance use disorder treatment and health inequalities, rebooting post-COVID, the ECHO Learning Collaborative, harm reduction, addressing stigma, and more.

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$3.7M in COVID Health Equity Strategies Grants

The Illinois Department of Public Health announces up to $3.7M in federally funded grants are available for communities outside of Cook County to address and implement COVID health equity strategies. A series of informational webinar sessions are scheduled to learn more and to qualify to apply for the grants on May 25 from 8 to 9 a.m. and also on June 1 from noon to 1 p.m.

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Hospital Board Education Video Series

The ICAHN Institute Hospital Board Education Series has released a new video segment, featuring Barbara A. Weiner, JD, Attorney, who discusses three types of board concerns: unrelated business income, employee firing, and fundraising. Click below to link to the page featuring Barbara's segment plus all other videos in the series.

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Care Coordination Certification course

ICAHN is currently offering a self-paced care coordination certification course for interested healthcare professionals, but primarily nurses and primary clinical staff. Those participating can earn 20 continuing education credits.

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CAH TV: Rural Healthcare Explained

The Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network created "CAH TV: Rural Healthcare Explained," a video outlining all that defines critical access hospitals in the state of Illinois. Click below to view this video, produced by Table Sixteen Productions, Quincy.

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Illinois Tobacco Quitline

The Illinois Tobacco Quitline is a free telephonic resource that provides tobacco cessation counseling and information to tobacco users who want to quit tobacco use, and tobacco cessation materials to individuals requesting information to give to a tobacco user. If you'd like to become an Illinois Tobacco Quitline Referral Partner, call (866)-QUIT-YES or click below for a referral toolkit

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Better Together

As a member-driven organization of 57 critical access and small, rural hospitals, we believe our strength lies in the work we do together. Through collaboration we can positively impact the future of CAHs and their rural communities.

Thanking Our Preferred Partners for Their Generous Support