Flash flooding in 2008 caused nearly $180 million in damage at Columbus Regional Hospital.
An appeals court questioned an attorney for the state on whether there was evidence that a woman knew she had delivered a live child in a self-induced abortion.
Approximately 87-percent of Medicaid-eligible Hoosier kids had health insurance coverage in 2014.
Indianapolis had an 11 percent drop in people who walk or bike to work and a decrease in the percentage of people who are in excellent health.
An Indiana couple wants the state supreme court to weigh in on whether newborn blood samples can be destroyed.
The bill would create a small pilot program that would train physician assistants in psychiatric treatment through a state-sponsored fellowship.
The commission was formed by the General Assembly in 2013 and received a progress report from a national child welfare consultant group.
The Zika virus is unlikely to pose a major threat in Indiana, but West Nile is still a problem.
The public showed overwhelming support for the syringe exchange proposal at a public meeting, prompting the commissioners to take an unplanned vote.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is awarding the Indiana healthcare centers federal money to help upgrade facilities and operations.