A new state law establishes a hierarchy for family members in health care decision-making.
Indiana’s Medicaid program got an update on Feb. 2 when the federal government approved a new version of the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Under a proposal, Hoosiers would have to average 20 hours a week of work or another qualifying activity to get Medicaid.
There's still time for Hoosiers to pick a plan. Affordable Care Act open enrollment period ends Dec. 15.
Indiana Senate Democrats will push for several ideas in the 2018 legislative session they’ve tried to advance before.
In recent years diabetes action plans have failed at the Statehouse. But this year’s study committee showed momentum.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) met with federal Veterans Administration officials to discuss the long waits many veterans face to have claims processed.
A survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 28 percent of people who get insurance through their employer were enrolled in a high-deductible plan.
The program that provides health insurance for low income Hoosier children has reserves to continue normal operations for now.
Indiana faces healthcare provider shortages in many areas, especially rural ones.