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Meet RHN Director Stacie Pace

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Stacie Pace is the director of the Rural Health Network of Oklahoma (RHN). Pace has developed a wealth of knowledge through her background, which includes 10 years of marketing experience, 12 years of economic and community development with Little Dixie Community Action Agency, as well as serving more than 20 years as an entrepreneur.

She has advocated for rural communities for 10 years on a state and federal level. Her role on the local Chamber of Commerce board for 10 years and as the chamber president for two years helped Pace realize the importance of networking to advocate change for rural America. Over the past 12 years she has served on, or been a member of, numerous boards and organizations on a local, regional and state level. In 2003, Pace was selected to be a part of the Southeast Leadership Programs, and in 2011, was selected to attend ORHP’s 2012 Rural Voices Leadership and Policy Program. Pace is currently a director on the board of MyHealth Access, one of the health information exchange organizations in Oklahoma, and the National Cooperative of Health Networks.

Pace and her husband Scott live in rural southeast Oklahoma. Scott is a district conservationist for USDA and works with the local farmers and ranchers. Both have been very involved in their community and have raised five boys and one girl – all of whom are currently finding their way in the world.

Pace Credited with Leveraging Technology to Improve Rural Health Care

Stacie Pace, RHN's director, has been instrumental in connecting providers with the technology needed to improve quality outcomes for patients. Pace helped to forge a relationship with MyHealth Access Network, an Oklahoma-based nonprofit which includes more than 200 organization, designed to improve the quality of health care delivery.
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