The decrease follows the implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act in 2013 and Indiana's expansion of Medicaid coverage to low-income residents.
The overarching theme at Sunday’s “Rally to Save Healthcare” was “health is a human right.”
Officials are hoping Hoosiers won't get discouraged and not sign up for insurance after a rocky start that included a frozen website and online error messages.
Federal and state officials are negotiating whether Indiana can expand health care coverage using its Medicaid alternative, the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Most of the candidates, in one way or another, advocated for a universal healthcare system.
Experts say Indiana is behind other states in its implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Families USA, a nonpartisan national health care advocacy organization, released state-by-state data on the potential impact of the law.
The Family and Social Service Administration has begun seeking input from Hoosiers about the state’s plan to establish a health care exchange program.
A report released by the consumer healthcare group, Families USA, shows hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers could benefit from the Healthcare Reform Act.