2020 Nebraska Rural Health Conference – April 9, 2020

2020 Conference Sponsorship Information

We invite your organization to be a Conference Sponsor of the 2020 Nebraska Rural Health Conference.  This year’s conference will be held on April 9, 2020 at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney, NE.  Sponsors are invited to contribute at different levels.

2020 Conference Sponsorship Information and Registration Form

Sponsors will be named in all conference materials as well as all sponsorship items listed below.  Please indicate your interest in being a conference Sponsor by sending this form to the address below.  We truly value and appreciate the importance that our sponsors have on our association.  We look forward to your participation and to hearing from you soon!

2020 Exhibitor Information

You are cordially invited to take advantage of the opportunity to exhibit at the Nebraska Rural Health Conference which will be held in Kearney, NE at the Younes Conference Center, April 9, 2020. Exhibit levels and fees are listed in the information link below. The conference is designed to provide health care leaders in rural communities of Nebraska with networking and educational opportunities, as well as renewed motivation to tackle their challenging jobs. Last year, more than 250 health care providers, rural community leaders, educators, healthcare businesses and students attended the conference.

2020 Exhibitor Information and Registration Form

The exhibit hall will be open Thursday, April 9th from 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM. This includes the Rural Health Award Presentation Luncheon and breaks throughout the day and where your booth will be on display for all of our conference attendees. We are continually trying to improve our participant and exhibitor’s experiences and to ensure an exceptional use of your time.

2019 Rural Health Conference in Review

2019 Rural Health Conference Presentations

Federal Office of Rural Health Policy Update

NRHA Update

UNMC’s Rural Health 2030 Plan

Revenue Cycle: The Little Things That Can Make a BIG Difference

Suicide Prevention in Nebraska

HRSA Region 7 Update

Alternative Models for Rural Healthcare Delivery

Shortage Areas and Loan Repayment Program

Improving the Health and Care of Rural Veterans

Telemedicine as a Cure for Rural Outmigration

Telemedicine Means Business

Behavioral Health Panel Discussion

Leveraging Telemedicine for Disaster Preparedness

Great Plains Telehealth Resource & Assistance Center Update