HIP 2.0 went into effect last February and provides insurance to some low-income Hoosiers.
Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly & Co. is part of a federal probe examining drug-pricing practices related to Medicare and Medicaid.
OPTIMISTIC seeks to reduce Medicaid and Medicare costs by treating patients in nursing homes instead of transferring them to the hospital.
AARP wants more seniors to get involved with conversations about the future of Medicare and Social Security. But many Hoosiers don't feel Congress is listening.
Officials are hoping Hoosiers won't get discouraged and not sign up for insurance after a rocky start that included a frozen website and online error messages.
Some Indiana hospitals are losing Medicare funding because of the rate at which people are readmitted after treatment.
Mourdock argues he has said Medicare should be protected and strengthened.
The budget passed in the U.S. House of Representatives would take away some of the state's funding for Medicaid and Medicare.
A Linton doctor says half the private practice physicians in his town are picking up stakes for financial reasons.
A federal judge ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood, temporarily halting portions of an Indiana law seeking to block federal funds to abortion providers.