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  1. Arti says:

    RHIhub maintains a list of funding and opportunities related to chronic disease in rural America that is updated
    daily. The list includes past funding and opportunities that are currently inactive that may be available again
    in the future. a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: a few contributing factors to the rural disparity in chronic disease include: Rural areas face higher rates of chronic disease and related mortality rates. Rural areas face higher rates of chronic disease and related mortality rates. Rural communities and healthcare facilities can work together to address common risk factors for many chronic
    conditions. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2014 brief, Realizing
    Rural Care Coordination Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2014 brief, Realizing
    Rural Care Coordination: Considerations and Action Steps for State Policy-Makers, outlines steps state
    policymakers can take to improve rural care coordination and features several state programs addressing rural
    chronic disease.

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