Colorado Rural Health Conference set to come to Breckenridge |

Colorado Rural Health Conference set to come to Breckenridge

BRECKENRIDGE – This year Breckenridge will provide the backdrop for the 19th annual Colorado Rural Health Conference, sponsored by the Colorado Rural Health Center. The conference is scheduled for July 1-2 at the Beaver Run Resort.

According to a press release, the health conference will provide participants with a wide range of educational topics, resources and networking opportunities. The event is being held to keep its constituents, including rural hospitals, clinics and interested stakeholders informed of its doings. This year, its focus will be on the latest changes in rural healthcare reform policy, health information technology, quality and patient safety, provider recruitment and retention, as well as innovative solutions to address the healthcare challenges facing different regions across the state.

The Colorado Rural Health Center was founded in 1991 as Colorado’s nonprofit State Office of Rural Health. For more information, call (303) 832-7493 or visit

– Caitlin Row

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