A new research study aims to improve the efficiency of e-communication between clinicians and their patients.
Indiana ranks 14th in the country in terms of the percentage of hospital-affiliated doctors taking industry payments.
The two companies refused to disclose any details of the agreement, but an Indiana University spokesman says it is unlikely to be the last dispute of its kind.
County health rankings show Brown and Greene counties have only one primary care doctor for every 5,000 patients.
Wagoner Medical Center physicians are accused of dangerous prescribing practices and unsafe drug mixes.
The Indiana Health Information Exchange is seeking to boost transparency in the medical field by making doctors' performance reports more available to patients.
A Linton doctor says half the private practice physicians in his town are picking up stakes for financial reasons.
Ideas presented to the committee included complete legalization and taxation of marijuana.
A $60 million Lilly Endowment grant being given to the Indiana University School of Medicine will help the school recruit twenty scientists.