The decrease follows the implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act in 2013 and Indiana's expansion of Medicaid coverage to low-income residents.
Holcomb wants able-bodied, low-income residents to work at least 20 hours a week for eight months a year to receive state-supported health care coverage.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says it's an example of why states are better prepared to meet the health care needs of residents.
Health care advocacy groups are tentatively celebrating news that the Senate’s latest health care bill is dead, without calling it a victory.
The deal, proposed in a class-action suit over a 2015 data breach affecting nearly 80 million people, would be the largest-ever in such a case if approved.
Eight Indiana counties currently have exchanges in place that allow drug users to swap dirty needles for clean ones.
Some CareSource customers could see their rates drop by 9 percent if the change is approved. But others may see as much as a 12 percent increase.
Health policy expert Seth Freedman explains the impact this will have on Hoosiers' health insurance options.
MDwise and Anthem—the only two companies currently available in every Indiana county—announced within hours of each other they were leaving the exchange.
Uncertainty about the future of health care reform may play into price and availability for the roughly 150,000 Hoosiers in the system.