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Rural Health Models and Innovations by Level of Evidence

  • Evidence-Based (4)
    The highest level of evidence included. A review study of the approach has been published.
  • Effective (6)
    The second highest level of evidence. The approach has been reported in a peer-reviewed publication.
  • Promising (5)
    A program evaluation of this approach showed positive results.
  • Other Project Examples (148)
    Please browse by topic, state, or source for these examples, which have anecdotal accounts of positive results.
About Evidence-Level Criteria
Read about the criteria and evidence-base for programs included in the Rural Health Models and Innovations Hub.

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