The next cohort for the Delta Region Community Health Systems Development (DRCHSD) Program is forming now. They are accepting applications from interested facilities now to begin programming in Winter 2023.
To learn more about the program and application process, you are invited to attend an informational webinars for hospitals and FQHCs on Tuesday, June 6th from 11am-12pm CST and for RHCs and small clinics on Thursday, June 29th from 11am-12pm CST.
The DRCHSD program is a collaboration between FORHP, DRA and the National Rural Health Resource Center and has served 54 health care organizations and communities since 2017. The program is open to Critical Access Hospitals, small rural hospitals, Rural Health Clinics, and other rural health care organizations and offers nearly $250,000 per year in technical assistance around quality improvement, financial and operational improvement, telehealth, community care coordination, workforce/leadership development, emergency medical services, and population health. In addition to TA, the program also provides financial support to facilities for the development and implementation of telehealth services, which includes funding for equipment, hardware, software, and training.
Eligible counties in the State of Mississippi are included below.
DRA designated counties in Mississippi:
Adams Issaquena Sharkey Amite Jasper Simpson Attala Jefferson Smith Benton Jefferson Davis Sunflower Bolivar Lafayette Tallahatchie Carroll Lawrence Tate Claiborne Leflore Tippah Coahoma Lincoln Tunica Copiah Madison Union Covington Marion Walthall DeSoto Marshall Warren Franklin Montgomery Washington Grenada Panola Wilkinson Hinds Pike Yalobusha Holmes Quitman Yazoo Humphreys Rankin