In hopes of boosting the program's reach, the state is launching an advertising campaign encompassing radio, TV, print and billboards, starting June 15.
The federal government is giving Americans another chance to get coverage through the federal health insurance marketplace.
The proposed legislation would require the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to provide the best care for mental health conditions.
The bill’s Senate sponsor says it makes sense to let people with fatal conditions try medications even if they haven’t received final FDA approval.
Open enrollment for health insurance through the federal marketplace ends Sunday.
The expansion offers three different levels of coverage and will cover 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says 89 percent of uninsured people don’t know they can enroll in healthcare coverage from now through Feb. 15.
The website displays public hospital charge data from the Indiana State Department of Health and allows visitors to compare Indiana hospitals side-by-side.
Ninth District Congressman Todd Young is co-authoring the bill for a second straight Congress.
Restrictions include not allowing people under the age of 18 to visit patients and keeping out visitors with the flu.