IRHA awarded $828,000 in HRSA funding to help combat COVID-19 in rural communities through technical assistance for telehealth
IRHA telehealth group presently dealing with “phones ringing off their hooks and floods of e-mails” requesting assistance in establishing and leveraging telehealth resources.
IRHA responds to rural healthcare crisis with cost-effective telehealth platform option for physicians, providers through WhiteBark division
Hear from the staff of Margaret Mary Health in Batesville, IN.
The Indiana Rural Schools Clinic Network is helping patients in smaller communities connect with physicians while still practicing social distancing. The organization is working with healthcare providers in several rural counties to utilize telehealth technology that had been previously installed in schools.
Largest Indiana geographic public-school district partners to provide rural high-tech telehealth in Crawford County.
IRHA focuses on improving the health of Hoosiers and has received recognition from the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health as a Community Star winner.