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The IRHA works to enhance the health and well-being of rural Hoosiers through leadership, education, advocacy, collaboration, and resource development.
IRHA is pleased to serve as a voice for the rural residents of Indiana. Our efforts are to advocate. IRHA invites you to join us in spreading the news as it becomes available to us so everyone can make an informed decision.
To help effectively address these and other issues, the Indiana Rural Health Association, a trusted name in supporting and improving healthcare, provides a number of business partners who can help sustain and grow your operations in these complex times.
Critical Access Hospitals – FLEX coordinates in-person conferences and online educational events.
Integration of rural hospitals and medical facilities into the state’s disaster and emergency preparedness programs … Prepare, Respond, and Recover.
Greenspire was formed in response to healthcare leaders in governance, management and care delivery roles who are passionate about their work and want proven and responsive support to be successful within the complexities of healthcare.
Information about the Marketplace Plans, also called Quality Health Plans, as well as the new HIP 2.0 coverage.
The Indiana Rural Workforce Innovation Network strengthens the rural health care system in Indiana through recruitment, clinical training, certification, and retention of allied health professionals in rural Indiana.
Since 2007 the Indiana Statewide Rural Health Network (InSRHN) is a fully sustainable, member driven rural health network comprised of Indiana critical access, rural hospital hospitals, and clinics.
Connects healthcare providers with funding from the FCC for high-speed broadband access.
1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) is a free phone-based coaching service that helps Indiana tobacco users quit.
Find RHC resources, sample templates, RHC newsletters, process for applying for RHC certification in Indiana, link to the IN RHC directory. The RHC program provides live training opportunities at conference and IRHA programs.
The UMTRC focuses on telehealth programs and technical assistance needs within Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.
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