Democrats say the most pressing healthcare issues the state faces aren’t on the committee’s agenda.
Health experts say numbers released Wednesday showing the base cost of health care services in a number of hospitals should be viewed carefully by consumers.
The two companies refused to disclose any details of the agreement, but an Indiana University spokesman says it is unlikely to be the last dispute of its kind.
Scott Pelath evaluated the House GOP on putting the middle class first, reinforcing traditional public schools and taking a break from divisive social issues.
Governor Mike Pence says he is not pursuing healthcare expansion under the Affordable Care Act through the Medicaid program.
Duke Bennett estimates the clinic will cost about $200,000 up front but will save the city money in the long run.
The proposed bill would create a state-run healthcare exchange, and expand the state’s Medicaid program to add as many as 400,000 Hoosiers.
David Orentlicher says Indiana should expand Medicaid because the federal government would bear most of the cost.
How Indiana decides to implement the healthcare law could significantly affect farmers, who often have a hard time getting affordable insurance.
Representative Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville), who was chosen to lead the House Ways and Means Committee, is also a doctor.