ICAHN's Rural Health Fellowship is an eight-month rural health leadership development program for new C-suite and C-suite track individuals from Illinois' critical access and small, rural hospitals and other rural healthcare organizations. Scholarships are available, and applications are now being accepted for both participants and mentors.
ICAHN is excited to introduce its membership to our recent Flex-grant funded video, entitled "CAH TV: Rural Healthcare Explained." Designed to accurately describe the rural healthcare story and its many benefits to all rural Illinois communities, this project was supported by the Health Resources Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Scammers are seeking to obtain personal information by impersonating Canadian hospital staff over the phone, NEWS 1130 reports. Vancouver Coastal Health issued an alert in which the healthcare provider warned people not to give out their personal information if they receive an unsolicited phone call from someone claiming to work for a hospital.
ICAHN is pleased to announce that Vicki Hess, RN, will open and close our high-powered, practical and tactical virtual Annual Conference, slated for November 17! She will focus on rural resilience and how our hospitals are surviving and thriving in stormy and uncertain times. Registration for the event will be open by October 1. Click below to learn more.
Physical therapists and hospital administration are invited to participate in the webinar, "Rehab Therapy Updates: Dry Needling and Direct Access in Illinois Hospital Settings" on Friday, September 11 from noon to 1 p.m. Gail Johnson, PT, OCS, CIDN, serves as a featured speaker.
The 2020 ICAHN Rural Health Clinic Webinar Series begins on Wednesday, August 19 at 2 p.m. and will feature Charles James of North American Healthcare Management Services and Kate Hill of The Compliance Team. Topics include PHC legislation and policy updates, facility management during COVID, RHC-FQHC telehealth updates, and surveys during and after COVID.