Topics: Indiana

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The Power of Three: Rural Schools, Healthcare Providers, and a Rural Health Association Collaborate to Expand Primary Care Access Using School-Based Telehealth

student ear exam via telehealth


The Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) is using federal funding to support a project that, to date, has linked 18 rural schools with 10 local provider organizations, delivering school-based telehealth to hundreds of the state’s rural students. “Virtual telehealth librarians” from another federally-funded IRHA project, provided technical assistance.

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May 29, 2019

Responding to the HIV Crisis in Scott County, Indiana: Q&A with Dr. William Cooke

Dr. William Cooke


Scott County, Indiana, has been in the national spotlight since experiencing the largest HIV outbreak in rural America’s recent history. The town’s only physician at the time, Dr. William Cooke, took action to bring healing and hope to his community of Austin and the surrounding county. In this Q&A, he shares the motivation behind his compassionate approach to care.

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November 28, 2018

Telepsychiatry Fills Gaps in PTSD Care

Telehealth services are being provided for American Indian veterans living with PTSD in rural areas on reservations in the Midwest.

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February 14, 2012

Afternoons ROCK for Indiana Teenagers

Afternoons ROCK after-school program


Instead of going home to empty homes in the afternoons, many Indiana students are learning life skills while having fun.

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August 17, 2011