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Marion County hospitals enact visitor restrictions due to rising flu-like illnesses

Marion County hospitals are enacting visitor restrictions due to an increase in flu-like illnesses such as RSV, influenza and COVID-19 that experts have coined...

How to avoid losing your health insurance when the federal COVID emergency ends

The end of the COVID-19 public health emergency that the federal government declared in 2020 has been postponed several times. Indiana Medicaid officials say it...

It’s Open Enrollment Timefor Health Insurance andEskenazi Health is Here to Help

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.,chief physician executive withEskenazi Health Center Forest Manor Thinking of and spending time with family is always a top priority during the holiday...

Eli Lilly says it’s nearly tripled spending with Black vendors since 2020 racial equity pledge

Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly said it has nearly tripled its spending with Black vendors and suppliers and is ahead of schedule on employee volunteer...

Martin University to offer free COVID-19 vaccines and $50 gift cards 

Martin University will partner with Light of the World Christian Church and IU Health to offer free COVID-19 boosters and flu shots for people...

Patient advocacy group wants Elevance Health to overturn health insurance claims denials

Dozens of patients and health care advocates protested by Elevance Health’s headquarters in Indianapolis on Nov. 14 to demand the health insurance giant stop...

SCOTUS seems unlikely to side with Marion County agency questioning civil rights precedent

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Nov. 9 for a case that involves an Indiana nursing home and a Marion County public health agency. The case has captured national attention due to its far-reaching implications for federal safety net programs across the country. 

Indiana Health SystemsJoin Forces to get REaL Data

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.,chief physician executive, Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor Indiana University Health, Eskenazi Health and Community Health Network launched the “We Ask Because We...

A SCOTUS case that started in a nursing home could have far-reaching implications for millions

A ruling in favor of the Health and Hospital Corporation could mean millions of Americans who rely on federal assistance programs would lose that right.

Tightening abortion laws reignite conversation around a permanent Child Tax Credit

As many states, including Indiana, take steps to tighten abortion laws, conversations have been reignited about how to best support mothers and babies. And many policy experts point to a permanent child tax credit, made available to low- and no-income families, as one way to do that.


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