Promoting and protecting the health and safety of all Idahoans

Rural Health Clinics

To qualify as a Rural Health Clinic (RHC), the clinic must be located in a non-urbanized area and a designated medically underserved area or designated population group or geographic health professional shortage area.

RHCs provide routine diagnostic and laboratory services and employ mid-level practitioners 50 percent of the time the clinic is open.

The Bureau of Rural Health & Primary Care offers technical assistance to organizations considering RHC certification and those currently certified. In Idaho, the Department of Health and Welfare, Division of Medicaid, Bureau of Facility Standards is responsible for RHC certification. Click here to find an RHC.

Idaho RHC Webinar Series - Telehealth During COVID-19

Webinar 1 - Introduction to Telehealth

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Slide Deck a (original) Slide Deck b (revised)  1a. Bill codes  1b. Bill codes 

Telehealth Web Resources Idaho Clinical Case Scenarios

 

Webinar 2 - Implementation Tools and Templates

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Slide Deck Workflow Comparison Workflow Template

Informed Consent Example 1 Informed Consent Example 2