Some legislators say they worry Indiana will miss out on the first year of federal funding for healthcare expansion.
The state has created a new form patients will fill out to indicate their wishes for health care. The form will be used at any facility the patient visits.
The percentage of Indiana residents who have health insurance through their employers has fallen by about 15 percent over the last decade.
House Ways and Means Chair Tim Brown says he will not advance a bill addressing implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Under the Affordable Care Act, employers with fifty or more employees will need to provide health insurance to those working more than 30 hours per week.
Wishard-Eskenazi Health and Community Health Network are seeking to reduce duplicate services.
Democratic lawmakers called out the GOP on Friday, saying they have to stop sidestepping the issue.
State officials are still waiting to find out how the federal health care law will affect Indiana‘s own health plan for the uninsured.
A study conducted by students at the Kelley School of Business has found that Brown County has too few doctors for the number of patients it serves.
More hospitals are requiring nurses to have four-year degrees, which some say decreases the value of two-year nursing degrees.