Indiana continues to rank poorly in a number of health measures and proposals to address these factors could help.
Two South Bend lawyers are suing 62 Indiana hospitals for allegedly systematically falsifying records and defrauding taxpayers of more than $300 million.
An IU Health trauma specialist says even Indianapolis, which has four trauma hospitals, would be "overwhelmed" by an event like what happened in Las Vegas.
Indiana's leading medical authorities have adopted new guidelines intended to more stringently regulate prescriptions written for opiates.
The website displays public hospital charge data from the Indiana State Department of Health and allows visitors to compare Indiana hospitals side-by-side.
Health groups say carrying a child to the full-term of 39 weeks significantly reduces the risk of infant mortality.
A recent Kaiser Health poll showed only 12 percent of the uninsured knew the exchanges were going online Monday.
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.
The Indiana Medical Error Reporting System only tracks the most serious problems that lead to death or disability.
Indiana hospitals are getting higher Medicaid reimbursement rates because of a new state program, which is set to expire June 30, 2013.