The Hartsville Messenger writes: ” WANTED: Tech-savvy, culturally competent, skilled health workers who can juggle mounds of paperwork, manage electronic medical records, and deal with new coverage plans and requirements – all while caring deeply about vulnerable patients. CareSouth Carolina in Hartsville has been awarded a $199,308 grant from the RCHN CHF Community Health Foundation to help train and retain health center workers such as medical assistants, receptionists, care managers, and health system navigators. These workers are typically a patient’s first and primary connection to their health care provider and essential to a health center’s operations..”

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