USDA- Rural Development Loans provide affordable funding to develop essential community facilities in rural areas

Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) grant to form network
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to develop network and create a pilot Lab Exchange between Hospital, reference lab, and practices

USDA-Rural Utilities Service for the Distance Learning and Telemedicine

                 USDA Community Facilities Guaranteed Loan Program

                  USDA Community Facilities Guaranteed Grant Program


Education thru HomeTown Health University

Providing online education since 2005, HomeTown Health University (HTHU) is an IACET (International Association for Continuing Education and Training) approved provider of continuing education and professional development courses focused on the healthcare industry. 
HomeTown Health University (HTHU) delivers education through online healthcare courses to over 9000 students throughout hospitals, physician practices and healthcare businesses nationwide. 
 As an IACET Authorized Provider, HomeTown Health, LLC offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the IACET/ANSI guidelines.
             Who accepts IACET CEUs?         Click here to view a list of organizations. 
      Click here  to view Current HealtHIE Georgia Courses

      Click here
  to view a tutorial for acessing HTH courses





 *  Provides comprehensive IT services and support to clients, so that clients can focus on core business functions and objectives rather than on IT
*   Assist with system hosting and delivery, procurement sourcing, network management and support services 24/7/365
*   Has developed the tools necessary for the required HIT infrastructure and a 24-hour Nurse Clinical Viewer
*   Will use data from electronic health records to help providers facilitate and optimize their ambulatory quality scores and the required Clinical quality data reporting

The HealtHIE Georgia HIE is a hybrid model with a combination of SunLink Health Information Hub Technology and GaHIN, the state data management platform, that will allow rural providers direct access to the exchange for basic HIE services.  The initial focus will be on implementation of simpler data exchange technologies, allowing for more advanced features and functionality to be deployed over time.