Healthy Indiana Plan lawsuit ruling just in time to prevent Medicaid loss, advocates say
Is there an outbreak of Lyme disease this year? No, but tick diseases are on the rise.
How supporting caregivers could make a difference in dementia
FDA approves a second Alzheimer's drug that can modestly slow disease
Marion County begins releasing quarterly reports of drug overdose deaths for the first time
Nearly 13,000 Hoosiers wait for Medicaid waiver services. FSSA plans to process about 900 per month
FSSA: HIP cost-sharing will remain paused after federal ruling vacated program approval
Families of medically complex children 'lost trust' in FSSA during attendant care transition
Indiana can no longer charge monthly payments for HIP after federal ruling
Expert: SCOTUS decision on Tennessee gender-affirming care ban may ripple beyond trans youth