Indiana clinics will be able to bill Medicaid for bundled treatment services starting September 1.
Researching swine flu has led to changes in how pigs are kept at county and state fairs across the Midwest.
A hospital in a rural Indiana county hit hard by opioid abuse is starting a drug detoxification unit emphasizing treatment for those diagnosed with HIV.
Reports from the Indiana State Police show a decrease of 58 percent in lab incidents from 2016 to 2017.
The latest research from the IU School of Medicine shows biomarkers found in blood tests are universally useful in determining who is at risk for suicide.
The new program is a partnership between the Indiana National Guard, Fairbanks Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Community Health Network.
Doctors who can prescribe a medication for opioid addiction, and accept Medicaid, are already scarce. But even fewer will treat pregnant women.
Insurance companies set rules that can make patients wait for days to get addiction treatment medicine. For pregnant women that can mean dangerous withdrawals.
Indiana University’s Board of Trustees approved design plans for the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital at their meeting Friday.
A “Right To Try” bill that allows families to use prescription drugs that don’t have full FDA approval passed the U.S. Senate last week with unanimous support.