The new health care law would greatly expand Medicaid, much of which is funded by the state.
Indiana University budget authors say the school will attempt to contain rising health care costs by charging higher-paid employees more for their coverage.
The House Ways and Means Committee has begun consideration of a measure which aims to save school corporations money on health insurance.
March of Dimes gives Indiana a score of D for its number of pre-term births.
Indiana University employees don’t have to complete a health assessment survey to qualify for a reduction in their health insurance costs.
The New Census report covers a number of economic indicators from unemployment to health insurance statistics.
A student group held a conference to educate local residents about a provision in the health care law that went into effect on Thursday, Sept 23.
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.
Despite a highly-touted state health care program and possible federal changes, thousands of Hoosiers could still be left without health coverage.