Governor takes aim at reducing Indiana's smoking rate.
One of 5 recipients of this prestigious national award!
Virtual Telehealth Librarians: A Closer Look at a Regional Telehealth Resource Center’s Technical Assistance
The Power of Three: Rural Schools, Healthcare Providers, and a Rural Health Association Collaborate to Expand Primary Care Access Using School-Based Telehealth
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).
Deaconess Illinois, a Critical Access Hospital, seeking a CFO
Recruitment Needs at King's Daughters' Health
Joining in the Fight for the Health of All Moms and Babies in Rural Central Southwest Indiana Communities
New planning effort expected to map out how IRHA can grow critical treatment support to 11 counties with high rates of overdose crises in rural Indiana
Cohort 1 - 2019
Innovative Rural School-Based Telehealth Clinic Formally Opens at South Ripley Elementary School in Versailles
The Indiana Rural Schools Clinic Network (IRSCN) Expands Rural Telehealth Program in Southeast Indiana
Indiana Rural Health Association, AgrIInstitute to host regional meetings to help combat, find solutions for continuing addiction emergency.
Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy Promotion begins May 1 and will end when supplies run out.
IPHCA in Need of an Oral Health Program Director
Indiana Rural Health Association Receives Funds for Telemedicine
Details available on IRHA's/InSRHN's partnership with MGMA for Practice Management support, education, and resources.
Funding Provided Through the Federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program – Part B
INDIANAPOLIS – Rebecca D. Sanders, Director of Operations for the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA), has been named as a national 2017 NRHA Fellow, joining an “elite group of rural healthcare professionals,” according to Don Kelso, IRHA Executive Director.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- In Crothersville, Ind., every kid in town goes to the same school: 450 students a day, every day -- Kindergarten through 12th grade -- and when one of them gets sick, care falls on the school secretary, Angie Keasler.
Indianapolis - Nearly two months after launching a pilot program in Elwood, the Linton-based Indiana Rural Health Association is expanding its school-based telehealth clinic program to southern Indiana.
The Elwood Community School Corporation will be home to a first of its kind program designed to boost the quality and availability of healthcare in rural Indiana schools.
Olivet Nazarene University offers online and hybrid business programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. With several degree options that begin regularly throughout the year, Olivet has programs designed to meet your needs.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN –Characterized as a “new chapter in healthcare delivery” by medical professionals, Indiana’s new telemedicine statutes go into effect on July 1 (House Act No. 1263) These new statutes create standardized telemedicine practice standards and remote prescribing rules.
IRHA Director of Operations Participates in White House Rural Council Meeting for Improving Telehealth Access for Rural America
White House Rural Council working to improve access to services, improve outcomes and enhance quality healthcare delivery to U.S. rural population through telehealth.
TERRE HAUTE – A healthy Indiana represents a productive Indiana with a high quality of life, and a new Health Workforce Council appointed by Governor Mike Pence is focused on achieving that.
Not that long ago, virtually every indicator for quality healthcare for many rural Hoosiers was headed down in the wrong direction. Thousands of needy families in rural areas and small towns suffered through illness and injury until things got so bad that they would rush to the emergency room.
One new opening posted March 26, 2018
The new HIP Employer Benefit Link program, otherwise known as "HIP Link," is part of Indiana’s nationally recognized Healthy Indiana Plan model, or HIP 2.0.
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