Small towns and rural societies look for ways to strengthen their economies status and put indulge in this due to this reason they have to themselves fall back to improve their health and continuing worsen their health. They also want the better quality of life and improve the local assets but cannot gather health related assets. People of rural societies and small towns are facing challenges in their growth to a healthy life overall. They are facing rapid growth at their metropolitan edges that is deteriorating rural populations. Due to loss of farms and working lands in their area, they are facing lots of problem. However health related problem is most prominent in all of these. There are other various reasons they cannot afford the relevant finance on health. Their strategies are not bringing the prosperity they pursue due to slow growing of the thinking; on the other hand fast-growing rural areas face metropolitan-style progress pressures.
Smart growth strategies can help rural societies achieve their goals for growth and development for maintaining their rural character. Planning their development does not help a rural society encourage growth in town. Strategies that protect the rural landscape help preserve their open space, neat and clean air and purified water. It also provides places for reformation and creates tourist attractions that bring investments into the local economy. Their strategies to support to other people habit to spend less finance put them far away providing the best health services so people with less money cannot afford the desirable wellness and healthy tips.
Some insurance companies have teams of experts to help members of selected communities that develop strategies and an action plan for using planned or existing broadband service to promote smart, sustainable community development. They also want healthy Places for healthy People but some barrier prevent them to afford that health offerings. This program helps societies to create pace, healthy, economically vibrant places by engaging with their health care facility partners such as community health centers, nonprofit hospitals, and other health care facilities.
This partnership among environment protection agency, united state department of agriculture, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention helps create more livable places by promoting local food enterprises. Small towns and rural societies want to revive their traditional centers to lift the local economy and improve quality of life in lesser economical state. Through the Civilized Societies in EPA partnered with USDA Commission help these small towns to explore ways to assimilate smart growth approaches to restore their centers and zones, making them healthy and economically energetic. In small town and rural societies, hospital does not survive them in the lowest fund and that is the reason hospital's doors are mostly closed when emergency care is needed so residents faced the reality of living without emergency care.
City-based health Management Company announces to purchase the hospital, preventing its closure. It is found mostly rural hospitals were at risk of closure and some are deliberated to be at an extreme risk for closing. On the other hand a well-educated doctor does not survive in the rural areas in minimal fund. A physician does not fulfill all the need that is required for the health related servicer in these areas. In which a little rural hospitals in the United States have closed in nowadays. The rural hospital is in the state of acute care which has not critical care equipment that is needed in the emergency situation. Nonfederal hospital is not located in a metropolitan county or skilled as critical-access hospitals.
In the context of rural towns, attracting physicians always has been a struggle for hospitals. Due to this reason, there is always shortage of workforce. Rural hospitals tend to offer bonuses and payment incentives to attract physicians. Rural hospitals have started associating with urban hospital systems and created an ambulatory system that allows physicians to manage units in rural hospitals remotely.
Rural hospitals have been using ambulatory services to support their pharmaceutical need, emergency situation and for other surgical process. Ambulatory services are mandatory to access health care near where they live. Mostly people in rural areas cannot travel long distances for health care. While ambulatory services enhance its services, rural hospitals cannot always afford their technology for the small area. Their uncompensated care is blame for the hospital's poor financial situation. This issue has become all too common for rural hospitals that are located in societies with higher rates of dental services and packages, poverty and people in worse health. Rural societies naturally have less people with employer-sponsored health insurance, which lowers their ability to pay out of concise. Rural area populations are declining too. Lower-patient volumes another struggle equate to less revenue.
Rural societies tend to have patients with less employer based insurance, those hospitals aren't serving enough of these patients to cost shift and compensate for lower-income patients. They do not expand Medicaid under the affordable care act tend to have rural areas with higher rates of poverty compared to their urban centers. Rural hospitals chose as critical-access hospitals because they receive larger Medicare reimbursements. To qualify as a critical-access hospital, a hospital must provide 24-hour emergency services to maintain best health services.
People of rural areas have lost patients to nearby hospitals that are the main cause they are struggling so much for taking the quality health services. The community using a hospital can be a determining factor of success because they lie in the small area so their revenue are very low therefore they cannot afford the suitable health care services. On the other hand hospital is in district area have good revenue and is in the position of good surveillance. Rural hospitals have patients with employer-based insurance patient and those have adequate coverage to improve their financial sustainability. Despite financial issues, some rural hospitals have found a way to expand services, which helps increase patient volumes.