Do you serve patients from rural or underserved communities?


JOIN US AND PLUG INTO THE POWER OF RURAL!


Rural Health Clinical Congress (RHCC) 2019 is a free, fully-online, multi-topic CME/CE event, designed with the unique needs of you, your patients, and your practice in mind.



Topics include:

• Diabetes
• Heart failure
• Asthma
• Teledermatology
• Dyslipidemia


Barbara Yawn, MD

Barbara Yawn, MD
RHCC 2019 Chair

“It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the inaugural Rural Health Clinical Congress. As an experienced rural family medicine physician, I understand that patients from underserved communities face unique barriers when it comes to healthcare.

RHCC 2019 is designed to address these challenges and increase awareness about available solutions and resources. This high-quality continuing education event will provide you with practical information that is relevant to your practice.”

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WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE

The education is tailored to primary care clinicians who provide care to patients who reside in rural or underserved communities.

WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE

National experts will present on a wide range of clinical, practice management, and patient-centric topics, from cardiovascular risk reduction to best practices for implementing teledermatology. Attendees can test their knowledge by responding to polling questions and ask questions to faculty in real-time through the interactive platform.

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION

RHCC 2019 will feature a panel discussion on the award-winning documentary, The Providers. Following segments of the film, panelists will discuss the challenges of providing care in rural communities as well as potential solutions.

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We’re excited to welcome Matthew Probst, PA-C, who was featured in the film, as one of our keynote speakers. Set against the backdrop of the physician workforce shortage and the opioid epidemic in America, The Providers follows three healthcare professionals as they work to care for patients in rural New Mexico.

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