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Excerpt from the report preface: The rural health problem is one of identifying uniquely rural characteristics and of identifying health problem solutions in light of these rural characteristics and needs. It may be divided into three parts: (1) adapting health care delivery systems to meet the needs of a sparse and dispersed population, often with transportation barriers; (2) making urban decisionmakers aware of rural problems, needs, and attitudes, so they will adequately provide for rural areas; and (3) reaching the rural population effectively to educate and motivate them to make the best use of the services provided. This report provides data that may help solve some of these rural problems.


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