The Flex Monitoring Team is a consortium of researchers from the Rural Health Research Centers at three institutions:
University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN — Website
Established in 1992, the University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center conducts high quality, empirically driven, policy-relevant research focused on improving the quality and accessibility of health care in rural areas.
North Carolina Rural Health Research & Policy Analysis Center
Chapel Hill, NC — Website
The North Carolina Rural Health Research and Policy Analysis Center’s CAH financial performance expertise is built upon three decades of rural health research at the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research.
Maine Rural Health Research Center
Portland, ME — Website
The Maine Rural Health Research Center at the University of Southern Maine has addressed critical problems in rural health care since 1992, building a strong record of research and policy analysis. FMT staff at Maine aim to engage rural communities in health care system development.