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IRHA Receives Funds for Telemedicine

Posted by: Becky Sanders  | November 3, 2017

Indiana Rural Health Association Receives Funds for Telemedicine

IRHA/InSRHN/MGMA Partnership Program

Posted by: Phil Ellis  | October 30, 2017

Details available on IRHA's/InSRHN's partnership with MGMA for Practice Management support, education, and resources.

Fayette Regional Awarded Grant from Indiana State Department of Health

Posted by: Steve Krider  | August 22, 2017

Funding Provided Through the Federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program – Part B

Greene County Health, Inc. Receives FQHC Look-a-Like Status

Posted by: Tina Elliott  | July 14, 2017

Linton, IN – July 14, 2017 – Greene County Health, Inc., a primary care clinic with six locations across Greene County, has received Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-a-Like (LAL) Status through the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA).

One New Job Posting - Pulaski Memorial Hospital

Posted by: Tina Elliott  | May 30, 2017

Chief Financial Officer/Corporate Compliance Officer Position - Pulaski Memorial Hospital

Part-Time Nurse Practitioner for Family Practice in Brookville, Indiana

Posted by: Tina Elliott  | March 29, 2017

Part-time Nurse Practitioner for Family Practice - Brookville, Indiana

IRHA Director of Operations Named National NRHA Fellow

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | December 19, 2016

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.

Southern Indiana School Districts Testing Long-Distance Digital Doctor Visits

Posted by: Tina Elliott  | November 28, 2016

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.

Position: Cancer Health Education and Communications Director

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | October 24, 2016

One new job opportunity at ISDH

School Telehealth Clinic Program Expanding

Posted by: Tina Elliott  | October 20, 2016

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.

Elwood Home to First School-Based Telehealth Clinic

October 1, 2016

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 Partners with IRHA and Its Members

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | July 11, 2016

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.

Bipartisan House Act 1263 Advances Telemedicine in Indiana, Addresses Issue of Remote Prescribing

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | July 5, 2016

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

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | April 13, 2016

White House Rural Council working to improve access to services, improve outcomes and enhance quality healthcare delivery to U.S. rural population through telehealth.

IRHA's Don Kelso Named to Governor's Health Workforce Council

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | March 17, 2016

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.

Transforming Indiana Healthcare with HIP 2.0

Posted by: Don Kelso  | January 28, 2016

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.

Job Opportunities

Posted by: Tina Elliot  | January 12, 2016

Two new openings posted January 12, 2016

HIP Link Press Release

January 12, 2016

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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