Indiana could see its Medicaid costs rise by more than $600 million during the next seven years once the Affordable Care Act is implemented.
The Seventh Circuit Court says the Family and Social Social Services Administration (FSSA) cannot impose a $1000 cap on Medicaid dental coverage.
The state could pay anywhere between $600 million and $2.6 billion more for its Medicaid coverage in the next seven years because of the Affordable Care Act.
Indiana must implement several provisions of the health care law now that it has been ruled constitutional.
Indiana legislators are trying to figure out what the Supreme Court's ruling on Medicaid means for the state.
The budget passed in the U.S. House of Representatives would take away some of the state's funding for Medicaid and Medicare.
WellCare Health Plans Inc.has reached a deal with nine states and the federal government over fraud allegations.
Federal laws that keep medical records private cause a barrier to advocacy organization that want to reach out to families on the Medicaid waitlist.
A federal judge ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood, temporarily halting portions of an Indiana law seeking to block federal funds to abortion providers.
There was some danger that programs administered by the state, but paid for mostly by the federal government would be hurt by failing to raise the debt ceiling