The GOP tax bill ended the individual mandate that required Americans to have insurance.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has announced it will support state policies that require people to work for their Medicaid coverage.
A new research study aims to reduce avoidable hospitalizations of long-stay nursing home patients through a new clinical intervention model.
A pilot study by the RAND Corporation says Indiana employers are paying more than 4 times as much for medical care at some hospitals than those on Medicare.
The latest in a string of rallies against repealing the Affordable Care Act came as a surprise.
Members of Congress from Indiana were urged to reject a budget that cuts federal health spending, supports deportation and mass incarceration.
AARP Indiana opposes the legislation being considered by the Senate.
Verma played a large role in shaping Indiana’s Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, known as the Healthy Indiana Plan or HIP 2.0.
MDWise, an Indianapolis-based company, announced late last month the company was dropping out of Indiana's Hoosier Care Connect program.
A close reading of Indiana's application to extend the Healthy Indiana Plan reveals misleading and inaccurate information being used to justify the extension.