Some of Indiana’s oldest and most fragile records are set to be digitized and posted online.
The state says IPS has created a series of obstacles, from not turning over student records to removing computer monitors and food-service equipment.
Information from 757 patients of the IU School of Optometry were visible online for nearly a month.
Indiana residents can now use the free online service, saving them $4 per record.
Beginning January 1, officials will no longer accept paper death certificates. The change is expected to improve accuracy.