NRHA is a national nonprofit membership organization with more than 21,000 members. The association’s mission is to provide leadership on rural health issues through advocacy, communications, education, and research. NRHA membership consists of a diverse collection of individuals and organizations, all of whom share the common bond of an interest in rural health.
The SHLB Coalition promotes government policies and programs to enable schools, libraries, health care providers, and other anchor institutions and their surrounding communities to obtain open, affordable, high-speed, broadband connections to the Internet. The SHLB Coalition is based in Washington, DC and has a diverse membership of commercial and non-commercial organizations that support their mission from across the United States. TQ is a proud sponsor and active participant of SHLB exhibiting every year at their annual conference.
INCOMPAS, the internet and competitive networks association (formerly COMPTEL), is the leading trade association advocating for competition policy across all networks. INCOMPAS represents internet, streaming, communications and technology companies both large and small, advocating for laws and policies that promote competition, innovation, and economic development. TQ is a proud member of INCOMPAS, attending and supporting their annual conference every year.
The APHCA is a catalyst for high performance and operational excellence across its integrated community health care network.
The ARHA is the state leader in promoting and advocating for rural health matters. With more than 600 members, they represent rural hospitals, rural health clinics, community health centers, educational institutions, industry partners, and other healthcare providers with a vested interest in rural health.
AACHC is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona, providing many programs to assist member community health centers and the disadvantaged populations they serve.
CARHC is a non-profit, volunteer led, organization, dedicated to improving the access to quality healthcare in medically underserved rural communities throughout California.
CTN is California’s leading organization connecting people to improve access to quality, affordable healthcare through the innovative use of telehealth, technology, and broadband services.
CTRC is a leading source of expertise and comprehensive knowledge in the development and operation of telemedicine and telehealth programs. TQ exhibits at the annual CTRC Telehealth Summit every year.
FRHA is a statewide organization of physicians, rural hospitals, health clinics, rural governments, nonprofits, educational institutes, and Area Health Education Centers dedicated to enhancing the quality of life and advocating for Florida’s rural residents.
GACSB represents Georgia’s community service boards, the safety net for mental health, developmental disability, and delivery in Georgia’s communities. TQ regularly exhibits at GACSB events throughout the year.
IRHA is a collaborative association whose mission is to strengthen health systems for rural residents and communities through advocacy, education, networking and leadership.
Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service's Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, which is part of the Office of Rural Health Policy. MATRC’s mission is to serve as a focal point for advancing the effective use of telehealth and support access to telehealth services in rural and underserved communities.
MTHA’s mission is to provide a statewide forum for the purposes of developing telehealth related policies and programs designed to improve healthcare for Mississippians. Their membership consists of telehealth service providers, technology vendors, telecommunications providers, hospitals, patient advocacy and wellness organizations, and other relevant groups.
MRHA is the primary resource for professionals and advocates for rural health in the state. The Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit, and aims to provide resources, education, and advocacy in support of rural health-related matters.
NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania is a 501(c)(3) grassroots nonprofit organization with a mission of raising awareness about mental health and providing recovery-focused support, education, and advocacy for people living with mental illness and their loved ones.
OACHC is a not-for-profit professional association representing Ohio's Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs, or community health centers). with a mission to ensure access to high-quality affordable health care for all Ohioans through the growth and development of Ohio's community health centers.
The Ohio Council is a statewide trade and advocacy association that represents 150 private organizations that provide alcohol and other drug addiction, mental health, and family services.
OHCA improves the lives of seniors and people with disabilities by promoting quality long term care in Oregon. A statewide, nonprofit trade association, OHCA is the largest long term care trade association in Oregon, representing more than 1,000 organizations and 90 percent of long term care providers in the state.
TPCA improves access to primary care through leadership, advocacy, and support as the voice of Community Health Centers. Member health centers serve more than 437,000 patients annually and continue to see their numbers grow.
TCCC represents the 39 public community centers throughout Texas that provide services and support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, serious mental illness, and substance use disorders.
TORCH is an organization of rural and community hospitals, corporations and interested individuals working together to address the special needs and issues of rural and community hospitals, staff, and patients they serve.
The TexLa Telehealth Resource Center is a federally funded program designed to provide technical assistance and resources to new and existing telehealth programs throughout Texas and Louisiana. The TexLa TRC continually evaluates telehealth programs in these two states for effective delivery of telehealth services, efficiency, sustainability, and patient satisfaction.
VACSB represents the CSB/BHAs in state and federal public policy matters, including state and federal funding, legislation and regulation. VACSB works to build consensus on policy, administrative, and operational issues of CSB/BHAs, and to represent those issues and solutions to the state decision makers.
WVRHA advocates for empowering all West Virginians to advance their quality of life, their well-being and their access to excellence in rural health care. Their mission is to unite people, communities, and organizations to strengthen rural health in West Virginia.