Rural Health Capital Resources Master Class: 200 Series

When

Wednesdays, 2:30-4:00 PM ET

  • March 13th
  • March 20th
  • March 27th

Cost

The course fee is $300 for all registrants, unless you've received a promo code directly from NOSORH. If you require alternative payment methods aside from credit card, please reach out to us at registration.rmphtc@ucdenver.edu.

Primary Competency

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Description

Rural Health Capital Resources Master Class: 200 Series

The 200 Series is the second part of the two-part Rural Health Capital Resources (RHCR) Master Class presented by the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH).

 

Focused on skills building, courses 201-203 will examine how to successfully partner and build sustained capacity with community development finance institutions (CDFIs); how to collaborate across industry sectors to develop fundable projects; how to utilize capital stacking and more.

 

Taught by national experts, attendees have the opportunity to ask tough questions, engage with other professionals in similar situations and to develop strategies to accomplish organizational objectives.

 

The three-course 200 Series requires enrollment and a one-time $300 fee. The live, interactive courses provide the most value. If you have a schedule conflict, paid registrants can access the recordings.

 

*Courses 101-102 are free introductory courses that proceed the 200 Series. To register for these classes, visit this link.

Course Objectives

Participants will:

  • Describe how to access and utilize capital from federal, state, and private sources for rural health development projects.
  • Identify ways to apply successful funding and partnership strategies to their own work.
  • Describe steps to fostering partnerships.
  • Describe where to and how to utilize resources to support local rural health initiatives for infrastructure, services, community health improvement, and social determinants of health.

Course Schedule

This course includes three live learning sessions held on Wednesdays from 2:30-4:00 PM ET on: 

  • 3/13 - Session 201
  • 3/20 - Session 202
  • 3/27 - Session 203

Course Description

201: Working with Community Development Finance Institutions for Rural Health Infrastructure and Social Determinants of Health 

Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs) play an important role in filling the capital stack and providing the technical assistance needed to develop housing, healthy food retail, clinical care, and broadband in rural communities. Participants will learn about the capital resources that CDFIs offer, and how they can work in partnership with CDFIs to achieve local development project goals.

Speakers:

  • Robin Davey Wolff, Director, Rural Housing, Mountain, Tribal Nations and Rural Communities, Enterprise
  • Nadia Villagrán, Fund Development and Strategic Partnerships Program Director, Rural LISC | Local Initiatives Support Corporation

 

202: Building Partnerships and Cross-Sector Approaches to Advance Rural Health

Participants will learn how to develop effective partnerships with guidance from Build Healthy Places Network’s A Playbook for New Rural Healthcare Partnership Models of Investment. Participants will explore how Fahe provides community development finance and facilitates collaboration across sectors to build a healthier and more prosperous Appalachia. Working together, presenters will show how innovative partnerships can impact rural health financing needs and development projects.

Speakers:

  • Ashley Hernandez, Research and Product Manager, Build Healthy Places Network
  • Mario Guel, Senior Program Manager, Build Healthy Places Network
  • Jim King, President, Fahe

 

203: Philanthropy, Rural Prosperity, and Population Health - Connecting Community Needs to Capital Resources

 

Participants will learn about the role health systems play as anchor institutions and how they can apply financial resources, in partnership with other organizations, to address the long-term community health needs. Participants will also explore the role of philanthropy in meeting rural health capital resource needs. In closing, we will revisit the core principles of partnership building and braid together our knowledge about capital resources and rural health.

Speakers: 

  • Allen Smart, National Advisor, PhilanthropywoRx
  • Kate Gallagher, Project Manager, Place-based Investing & Policy Initiatives, Healthcare Anchor Network
  • Ashley Hernandez, Research and Product Manager, Build Healthy Places Network
  • Mario Guel, Senior Program Manager, Build Healthy Places Network

 

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

To earn a Certificate of Completion, you must complete the following:

  • Attend 2 out of the 3 live sessions
  • Complete the post-course evaluation
Learning Objectives

By the end of the 201 session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the role of CDFIs in providing and leveraging capital for rural health infrastructure and social determinants of health.
  • Describe the five pillars of rural community development and the capital stack.
  • Identify specific tools for use in increasing capital resources for rural health infrastructure and social determinants of health.
  • Explain how to apply capital resource tools to a project or program within their own organizations.

By the end of the 202 session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify articles, tools and key organizations in the field focused on rural economic development and prosperity.
  • Describe four broad strategies that the healthcare sector can use to collaborate with cross-sector partners for rural health and prosperity.
  • Identify how CDFIs can provide financing and support for rural health infrastructure projects.
  • Describe how community leadership, Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs), and community based assessments are used to identify and target rural health capital resource needs.

By the end of the 203 session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how community health needs can be addressed through partnerships with philanthropic organizations.
  • Identify how philanthropy and anchor institution resources can work with federal, state and local funds to accomplish community health goals.
  • Identify how the anchor hospital model can increase community prosperity.
  • Describe the principles of combining funding sources to achieve capital resource needs.
    Length of Learning Opportunity
    4.5 hours over 3 weeks
    Registration Information
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    Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts

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    201: Working with Community Development Finance Institutions for Rural Health Infrastructure and Social Determinants of Health 

    Robin Davey Wolff

    Director, Rural Housing, Mountain, Tribal Nations and Rural Communities, Enterprise

     

     

    Nadia Villagrán

    Fund Development and Strategic Partnerships Program Director, Rural LISC | Local Initiatives Support Corporation

     

     

     

    202: Building Partnerships and Cross-Sector Approaches to Advance Rural Health

    Ashley Hernandez

    Research and Product Manager, Build Healthy Places Network

     

     

    Mario Guel

    Senior Program Manager, Build Healthy Places Network

     

     

    Jim King

    President, FAHE

     

     

    203: Philanthropy, Rural Prosperity, and Population Health - Connecting Community Needs to Capital Resources

    Allen Smart

    National Advisor, PhilanthropywoRx

     

     

    Kate Gallagher

    Project Manager, Place-based Investing & Policy Initiatives, Healthcare Anchor Network

     

     

     

    Ashley Hernandez

    Research and Product Manager, Build Healthy Places Network

     

     

     

    Mario Guel

    Senior Program Manager, Build Healthy Places Network


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