The American Childhood Cancer Society's mission is to provide information and support for children and adolescents with cancer and their families, to provide grassroots leadership through advocacy and awareness, and to support research leading to a cure for all children diagnosed with this life-threatening disease.
Please visit their wesite for more information - American Childhood Cancer Society
Example cost report from Eric Shell Cost Reporting Workshop on 6-09-2009.
Eric Shell presentation from InSRHN Cost Reporting Workshop on 6-09-2009.
This file contains the complete National Broadband Plan issued by the Federal Communications Commission in the Spring of 2010.
This is the PowerPoint that was presented at our IRHA pre-conference session on June 9th, 2009.
The following presentation was given at the July 2008 Telemedicine Summit.
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. Specifically, healthcare leaders want to access best of practice services on an as needed basis from pre-credentialed firms, will a record of collaborating effectively with others and modifying their approaches in optimizing success unique to the individual, team or organization.
The Center is a collaborative of expert healthcare executives and specialists working with the Indiana Rural Health Association, a nationally recognized organization for outstanding customer service, in bringing inventive value to leaders in healthcare. The Center and IRHA share a goal to serve as the national preeminent catalyst for developing and inspiring exceptional healthcare leaders.
Vision - To be recognized by organizations as the preeminent catalyst for developing and inspiring exceptional leaders in healthcare.
Mission - To provide organizations valued and trusted assistance in leadership development and performance improvement services.
This paper expands upon "Chapter 10: Health Care" of the Federal Communications Commission's National Broadband Plan, released in the Spring of 2010.
ICHRC Case for Support
Indiana healthcare leaders, supported by a statewide coalition, embarked on an initiative to help protect Hoosiers from exposure to secondhand smoke and improve access to healthcare coverage for the uninsured in rural Indiana communities.
ICHRC Implementation Proposal
Grant proposal submitted to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
ICHRC Partners - Public Health Policy Resolution
Resolution for Local Coalition Members
The purpose of this document is to provide a basic understanding
of the essentials of video conferencing in the health care environment.
The Indiana Rural Health Association is a proud member of the Promoting Smokefree Pregnancies in Indiana (PSPI) coalition. PSPI provides direct service professionals and other community partners with FREE smokefree pregnancy information, support, and resources, including the PSPI Toolkit.
For more information on PSPI, please visit www.bringinginalong.org/pspi.
Parkview Behavioral Health, a resource for addiction treatment in the Fort Wayne area offers quality resources for individuals who are seeking help with mental health and addiction treatment in the area around Fort Wayne, IN.
Our mission is to educate our visitors through research-based, expert written content. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive information about addiction, treatment options and the path to full recovery. Our directory recently launched and we're launching a larger campaign to help promote independent, responsible information on addiction recovery. Our directory includes the entire SAMSHA database of treatment centers and more- the most comprehensive list on the web. Alongside this directory, we have articles on addiction and rehab which answer many of the common practical questions families have.
For more information, visit http://www.rehabinfo.net/indiana/fort-wayne/
The Rural Assistance Center (RAC) is a federally-funded resource that helps rural communities and stakeholders access the full range of available programs, funding, and research that can enable them to provide quality health and human services to rural residents. RAC services are free.
Among many topics, RAC provides Indiana-specific resources including a state guide, publications, success stories, funding opportunities and more.
To visit the RAC website go to - http://www.raconline.org/
Every year, 12.7 million people in the world learn that they have cancer. Even though cancer is a widespread disease, each individual who suffers from cancer is uniquely affected. Family and friends of loved ones who are fighting cancer are often confused and worried. It can be difficult to cope with a diagnosis of cancer.
The Mesothelioma Group has published a very informative guide to understanding cancer. To read the full article- http://www.mesotheliomagroup.com/understanding-cancer/