Experts say Indiana is behind other states in its implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
The champion computer from the game show "Jeopardy!" goes to work diagnosing and treating cancer.
Mississippi is the only other state to have fewer in-home care recipients.
The health care exchange is intended to function as a tool for consumers to learn about their health care options and make more informed decisions.
Indiana Home Care Task Force chair John Cardwell says he’d still like to see more money put into CHOICE so less is needed for nursing home care.
One patient claimed that, fearing he was having a stroke, he went to the emergency room, where a nurse demanded he explain a past-due bill on his account.
The concerns of those who attended the town hall meeting at an Indianapolis Baptist church ranged from confusion over Medicare’s various plans and policies.
A bill proposing a ban on smoking in public places was heard by an Indiana Senate committee for the first time Wednesday.
More than 1.6 million Hoosiers have pre-diabetes, putting them at high risk for type 2 diabetes in the future.
The Family and Social Service Administration has begun seeking input from Hoosiers about the state’s plan to establish a health care exchange program.