How an INN Collaboration is Nationalizing the Rural Healthcare Crisis

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When a rural hospital closes, according to a new study of California’s healthcare system, the chance of dying in a time-sensitive situation like a heart attack or stroke increases by nearly 6 percent.

 

On average over the past 15 years, 10 rural hospitals have closed each year in the United States. Half of the rural hospitals that remain expect to lose more money this year.

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