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        Rural Health Clinics Database

        Use our comprehensive data on more than 4,600 rural health clinics to better understand how Americans in rural area receive care.

        Our database of rural health clinics includes:

        • Information on department heads such as email addresses, phone numbers, and (where applicable) LinkedIn profiles.
        • An interactive map through which you can see affiliations with other rural health clinics, nearby hospitals, physician groups, and other facilities.
        • Claims analyses that reveal which procedures and diagnoses specific clinics are handling.

        Use cases

        Identify Staffing Needs

        Are the people within a particular geographic region underserved? Review indicators that a rural health clinic is experiencing more demand than its existing staff can handle.

        Examine Episodes of Care

        Assess a rural health clinic’s involvement in treating an episode of care. Identify originating hospitals, segment episodes by length (in days), and confirm the average cost per episode.

        Analyze Procedure Data

        Examine the procedures for which patients are seeking treatment at rural health clinics within a specific part of the U.S. and adjust your sales and marketing tactics to address that trend.

        Break Down Procedures and Diagnoses

        See which procedures and diagnoses specific rural health clinics perform the most. Segment your analysis by HCPCS/CPT category or code and look up diagnosis groups by ICD-10 code.


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        Rural America’s Healthcare Crisis: The Significance of Critical-Access and Safety-Net Hospitals

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