Earlier this year there was a call to fill thousands of positions across the country to improve access.
For thousands of moms with opioid addiction, this is their struggle: keeping the disease under control during and after pregnancy, in order to keep their kids.
Members of Congress from Indiana were urged to reject a budget that cuts federal health spending, supports deportation and mass incarceration.
Integrating the states prescription drug tracking system with health records may help cut back excessive opiate prescriptions.
The findings indicate policies to reduce the number of fast food places or even open more markets will not likely reduce obesity.
The proposed project for the West Lafayette campus will include space for large-animal surgery.
The opioid treatment centers offer medication-assisted recovery programs, which remain controversial.
Ranking Indiana ninth in the country, The Health Resources and Services Administration is recognizing 10 states for improving healthcare in their communities.
The Indiana State Department of Health will offer attendees more than $2,000 worth of free screenings.
Uncertainty about the future of health care reform may play into price and availability for the roughly 150,000 Hoosiers in the system.