In the first week of open applications, 18,000 Hoosiers have applied for the program — at least 14,000 of those applications were filed online.
Indiana Family and Social Services Administration officials say they already have a plan in place to recoup some of the costs.
After conflicting federal rulings on healthcare subsidies, Gov. Mike Pence hopes Congress will rethink healthcare reform.
The state will not fund births that are typically covered under Medicaid dollars if mothers opt for an elective delivery prior to 39 weeks.
OPTIMISTIC seeks to reduce Medicaid and Medicare costs by treating patients in nursing homes instead of transferring them to the hospital.
Indiana offers health coverage to Medicaid patients for tobacco cessation programs, but anti-smoking advocates say that's not enough.
Experts are divided on what effect a state Medicaid expansion would have on the number of ER visits.
Indiana has declined to expand Medicaid, but state officials say they still could expand coverage through the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Medicaid expansion advocacy groups rallied at the Statehouse yesterday to appeal to legislators returning for Organization Day to expand Medicaid in Indiana.
More than half of the nation’s fast food workers use public aid programs to support their families according to a new labor study released Tuesday.