Azalea appreciates and supports many local, regional and national organizations.
The AAPC was founded in 1988 to provide education and professional certification to physician-based medical coders and to elevate the standards of medical coding by providing student training, certification, and ongoing education, networking and job opportunities. Currently, the AAPC has a membership base of 131,157 worldwide.
The Georgia Charitable Care Network (GCCN) is a network of more than 90 independent, non-profit clinics that deliver healthcare services to Georgia’s uninsured population. GCCN advocates on behalf of its members, provide networking opportunities, solicit funding, and ultimately create a high performing safety-net and network of compassionate care givers. As a preferred vendor, Azalea Health offers health IT solutions, technology support, consulting, and professional services to GCCN member clinics and providers.
The Global Partnership for TeleHealth is a non-profit agency based on experience and knowledge gained from years of creating and maintaining telemedicine programs, and made possible by advanced telecommunications, software and equipment. The hallmark of the Global Partnership for TeleHealth is the Open Access Network, a web of national and international strategic partnership clinical access points with successful existing telemedicine programs.
A non-profit, member-led trade association, the Healthcare Billing & Management Association (HBMA) represents more than 30,000 employees at well over 700 third-party medical billing firms. Annually, HBMA companies submit more than 350 million initial claims on behalf of hospital-based physicians, office-based physicians and other allied healthcare providers.
HomeTown Health, LLC (HTH) is a network of hospitals, healthcare providers, and business partners who collectively pursue ways to help rural hospitals and member organizations survive in the environment of constant regulatory change in reimbursement, operations and technology. What began as a handful of community hospitals ten years ago has grown into an organization of over 50 hospital members and over 50 business partners. HTH is committed to providing legislative representation, best practice solutions and continuing education and training through research and the continuous improvement of processes for healthcare providers. Azalea Health provides essential technology support, consulting, and professional services to HTH member hospitals who provide healthcare services in rural Georgia and Florida.
The Rural Health Association of Tennessee (RHAT) is a not-for-profit organization of individuals and organizations committed to improving the health of rural Tennessee. By providing leadership on rural issues through advocacy, communication, education and legislation. Since 1995, RHAT has worked to effect a positive change in the health and well-being of all rural people in Tennessee through the proactive involvement of our members, other organizations, and policymakers in identifying and resolving rural health care.
The South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring equitable access to quality healthcare in rural communities in the state of South Carolina. As the preferred vendor for medical billing and practice management, all SCORH constituents access to Azalea’s services and solutions at a special rate. This strategic partnership gives rural clinics and hospitals across South Carolina the opportunity to use technology-enabled healthcare solutions and managed services to improve healthcare delivery and quality.
As one of the largest technology companies in country, the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a network of leaders and pioneers in technology. Member organizations are composed of over 2,000 tech and tech-enabled companies based in Georgia. TAG’s mission is to educate, promote, influence and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances Georgia’s tech-based economy.