In 2015, Indiana expanded its Medicaid program -- HIP 2.0 -- under the Affordable Care Act. The program extended coverage to about 250,000 Hoosiers.
Indiana announced Tuesday it wants the federal government to renew HIP 2.0, the state’s Medicaid expansion program, for three years.
Purdue University Professor Andrew Whelton says drinking water safety, despite what many people might think, is not well understood.
By 2030, there will be only one geriatric psychiatrist for every 27,000 seniors.
The state legislature will consider a law to curb Indiana’s smoking rate, which is one of the highest in the nation.
The Alliance for a Healthier Indiana says reducing smoking became their first priority because it is linked to many other health problems.
Advocacy groups in northwestern Indiana plan to train family and friends of drug addicts how to use the overdose antidote naloxone.
The gift from a Hoosier entrepreneur could help Indiana remain a leader in biomedicine.
The first deadline is this week, and it affects coverage beginning on January 1.
The money comes from the department's Safety PIN grant program, which the state legislature created in 2015.