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NCFC board member Carol Miller writes a pointed article about a proposed rule change that would greatly impact rural and frontier communities. “Health insurers could still participate in the federal Marketplace, even if some rural residents had to travel hours … Continue reading
In rural and frontier areas where mental health services are scarce and families face unique barriers to accessing care, schools play a significant role in providing or linking students and their families to mental health services. This Issue Brief explores … Continue reading
The National Center for Frontier Communities is proud to present our Health Impact Assessment on Improving the Quality and Quantity of Food in Southwest New Mexico Food Pantries. Our initial aim was to address the underlying policies and formulas that … Continue reading
The toolkit was developed by the National Network for Rural and Frontier Capacity, consisting of the National Center for Frontier Communities, the University of New Mexico Office of Community Health, the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health, and … Continue reading
In his classic 1986 essay first published in the Yale review, NCFC board member Frank Popper offers a brisk, sweeping history of the American frontier and what it still means today. As relevant as it was nearly 30 years ago, Frank offers … Continue reading
Here are links to two FAR Methodology Webinar Presentations, these address some of the upcoming changes in the methodology as well as provide a comparative analysis between FAR Methodology and BPHC/CMS Criteria as presented by John Cromartie and Harvey Licht, … Continue reading