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2024 Rural Health Workshop

June 11 - 13, 2024


Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel

Baton Rouge, Louisiana



The Louisiana Rural Health Association and Well-Ahead Louisiana will be co-hosting the 


2024 Rural Health Workshop


The Rural Health Workshop gives rural providers an opportunity to hear from federal and state-level leaders on current hot topics. It also provides information on available funding and technical assistance opportunities—plus offers education that aims to improve patient care and eliminate rural health disparities.

Registration is no cost and is open now! The workshop has something for everyone on your healthcare team. Space is limited, so be sure to register early!

 Registration Closes May 31!

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AGENDA


VIEW WORKSHOP AGENDA

Updated 05.21.2024

View Breakout Session Descriptions 


PRE-CONFERENCE

As a pre-conference of the 2024 Rural Health Workshop, we are hosting a free Medicare Boot Camp®–Rural Health Clinic Version, presented by HCPro.

The Medicare Boot Camp®–Rural Health Clinic Version is a one-day intensive course on Medicare designation, coding, billing, and payment for rural health clinics. This training will give you the knowledge and tools to find the answers to your most compelling Medicare billing questions pertaining to this unique setting. 

The event will be held on June 10, 2024, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. as a pre-conference to the 2024 Rural Health Workshop at the Renaissance Hotel in Baton Rouge. Lunch will be provided, and attendance is free. Registration for this event is closed.

The Medicare Boot Camp®–Rural Health Clinic Version has been approved for 4.0 hours of CRHCP Continuing Education Units and 7.5 hours of AHIMA credits.


LODGING


The room block for this event is now closed.


EVENT SPONSORS

THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!

BON TEMP SPONSOR



ZYDECO SPONSOR


LAGNIAPPE SPONSORS





About the Association

Our Values

  • Integrity: We value transparency, build trust, and represent the interest of our collective membership.
  • Connection: We believe communication and relationships are critical for supporting our members.
  • Unity: We know that we can collectively impact lives of rural Louisianans through collaboration, representation, and advocacy.
  • Culture: We embody diversity, equity, and inclusion as we serve all in Rural Louisiana and leverage cultural assets as Healthcare Provider and community champions.
  • Action: We demonstrate our role as a rural health leader by serving with compassion, and embracing innovation in addressing the unique challenges of Rural Louisiana.


Contacts

Denae Hebert, Executive Director 

dhebert@lrha.org

985-369-3813

133 Highway 402 / P.O. Box 387 

Napoleonville, LA 70390 

 

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