Nearly 12-percent of the state’s population is uninsured. Health care providers got to ask state officials about their plans to improve that statistic.
Indiana’s 9th District Congressman Todd Young plans on supporting a repeal of President Obama’s current health care plan.
One of the first acts of members of the U.S. House will be voting on a repeal of the federal health care reform laws.
The three candidates for US Senate met Monday night in Vincennes for their third and final debate.
Officials with the Attorney General's office say they are unconcerned about the dismissal of several provisions of a health care reform lawsuit.
Indiana is cracking down on so-called medical discount cards.
Republican candidate Dan Coats held a roundtable discussion with health care professionals at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis.
In the second of a series of talks with Indiana politicians this in, an election year, Stan Jastrzebski talks with Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller.
One small business in Bloomington has found a creative way to guarantee affordable health care for its employees until reforms kick in four years from now.
A new report shows at least 1.3 million people in Indiana have preexisting conditions which currently bar many of them from obtaining health insurance.