Kaiser gives $400K grant to rural health centers

Colorado Rural Health Center today announced a $416,000, three-year grant from Kaiser Permanente Colorado that will help some of Colorado’s rural health clinics improve quality of care.

The grant will provide assistance to 19 rural clinics, located mainly on the Western Slope. Exactly which clinics will benefit is not yet known.

Each clinic will begin by conducting a Health Clinic Assessment to identify the greatest areas of need. Then, Colorado Rural Health Center will work with clinics to help them implement systems and processes to strengthen the infrastructure of the clinic. Read the full story here.
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