Health care advocacy groups are tentatively celebrating news that the Senate’s latest health care bill is dead, without calling it a victory.
The group of about 50 protested the Senate health care bill outside of Republican Senator Todd Young's Indy office.
Health policy expert Seth Freedman explains the impact this will have on Hoosiers' health insurance options.
MDwise and Anthem—the only two companies currently available in every Indiana county—announced within hours of each other they were leaving the exchange.
An annual report finds children in Indiana fell to 35th when it comes to health rankings.
Advocates are concerned the AHCA will reduce protections for domestic violence victims who may suffer long-term physical and mental health problems.
Last week, Holcomb voiced support for overhauling the ACA, but he also said Congress should spare the increase in Medicaid funding it made available.
Approximately 250,000 people currently have coverage through HIP 2.0.
Pence is scheduled to visit Frame USA, which sells American-made picture frames from its home base in a northern Cincinnati suburb.
Legislative leaders say the future of Indiana’s health care program, HIP 2.0, is uncertain with some federal lawmakers aiming to repeal its funding source.