Indiana Telehealth Network (ITN) Participants
As of December 2016, our healthcare participants include 153 Critical Access Hospitals, rural hospitals, urban partner hospitals, Rural Health Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Community Mental Health Centers, and data centers.
Building on the Foundation of the Indiana Telehealth Network - Attica Consolidated School Corporation Installs High-Speed Fiber in Partnership with Indiana Fiber Network (IFN)
The City of Attica and Attica Consolidated School Corporation are directly benefiting from the 24 miles of fiber, constructed by IFN, which connected St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital in Williamsport, Indiana, to the Indiana Telehealth Network. For the full story, click here.
Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
The Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center (UMTRC) is a consortium of active telehealth organizations, headed by the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) that provides a comprehensive set of telehealth clinical and technical assistance services leveraged into products of lasting value to rural providers. The UMTRC focuses on telehealth programs and technical assistance needs within Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio. For more information, check out our website!
Blackford County Joins ITN, Gains Access to Fiber
Indiana University Health Blackford Hospital is the newest member of the Indiana Telehealth Network enjoying broadband connectivity. For the full story, click here.
Broadband Connectivity Reaches St. Vincent Randolph
The Indiana Rural Health Association is pleased to announce St. Vincent Randolph as our newest participant in the Indiana Telehealth Network. For more information on St. Vincent Randolph's involvement, click here.
Fiber for St. Vincent Williamsport, Fountain and Warren Counties
The Rural Health Care Pilot Program, through the Indiana Telehealth Network, has successfully brought fiber to St. Vincent Williamsport and Fountain and Warren Counties. Please reference the articles below for more details.
Indiana Telehealth Network Brings Broadband to Rush Memorial Hospital
Rush Memorial Hospital partnered with the Indiana Telehealth Network, Indiana Rural Health Association, and NineStar Communications to bring broadband access to the hospital and surrounding Rush County. The full press release can be read here.
IRHA secures $4.5 million grant to combat high rate of infant mortality in four counties in southern Indiana
LINTON, Indiana – Battling a local infant mortality rate (IMR) that exceeds the national average by some 150 percent, medical professionals, hospitals, clinics and trained facilitators in Daviess, Dubois, Greene and Martin counties will now “collaborate closely together” to aggressively reduce the local IMR rate and increase overall infant and family health, according to Don Kelso, executive director of the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA). ...[ more ]
Deaconess Illinois, a Critical Access Hospital, seeking a CFO ...[ more ]
Recruitment Needs at King's Daughters' Health ...[ more ]