Indiana Health Centers Land Federal Funding

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ECHO Community Health Care in Evansville is one of the Indiana recipients. ECHO Community Health Care in Evansville is one of the Indiana recipients.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -

Twenty-five health centers in Indiana will share in more than $1.6 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The funding will support health information technology improvements.

The grants are part of $87 million in funding for more than 1,300 health centers in every U.S. state, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Pacific Basin.

The department says upgrading electronic health record systems will lead to better decisions and increased engagement. This is the department's first significant investment focused on health information technology since 2009. The funding comes from the Affordable Care Act's Community Health Center Fund.

The Indiana recipients are:

COMMUNITY HEALTHNET, INC GARY: $62,179
ECHO COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE, INC.EVANSVILLE: $60,548
FAMILY HEALTH CENTER OF CLARK COUNTY INC. JEFFERSONVILLE: $47,699
HEALTHLINC, INC.VALPARAISO: $76,032
HEALTHNET, INC.INDIANAPOLIS: $118,497
HEART CITY HEALTH CENTER, INC. ELKHART: $60,378
INDIANA HEALTH CENTERS INCORPORATED INDIANAPOLIS: $83,493
JANE PAULEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.INDIANAPOLIS: $74,043
LIFESPRING INC. JEFFERSONVILLE: $41,378
MAPLE CITY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. GOSHEN: $44,592
MERIDIAN SERVICES CORP. MUNCIE: $62,050
NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CLINICS INC.FORT WAYNE: $69,358
NORTHSHORE HEALTH CENTERS, INC PORTAGE: $104,850
OPEN DOOR HEALTH SERVICES, INC. MUNCIE: $72,438
PORTER STARKE SERVICES INC VALPARAISO: $40,086
PURDUE UNIVERSITY WEST LAFAYETTE: $47,841
RAPHAEL HEALTH CLINIC INDIANAPOLIS: $46,791
RIGGS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC. LAFAYETTE: $61,522
SHALOM HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. INDIANAPOLIS: $58,020
SOUTHLAKE COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC MERRILLVILLE: $43,863
THE HEALTH & HOSPITAL CORP OF MARION COUNTY INDIANAPOLIS: $145,729
VALLEY PROFESSIONALS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC.CLINTON: $55,620
WABASH VALLEY HEALTH CENTER, INC. TERRE HAUTE: $45,822
WAYNE, COUNTY OF RICHMOND: $50,127
WINDROSE HEALTH NETWORK, INC.TRAFALGAR: $64,758

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