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Breaking down budgets: Why Medicaid expenses are growing

For Clark County’s Eva Bell, getting her family on Medicaid’s Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) was both a relief and an additional stressor. So many...

Her colonoscopy should cost her $0 per federal law. Why was she asked to pay $765?

By FARAH YOUSRY Karen Campbell teaches a Zumba dance class when she’s off her day job as a local television reporter. She loves to move...

EmpowerHER: Tackling Black maternal health disparities in Indianapolis

The nonprofit organization MelaMama Maternal Wellness hosted the “EmpowerHER: Navigating Black Maternal Health” event in collaboration with IU Health’s infant and maternal health team on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center in Indianapolis.

“Legacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine” by Uché Blackstock, MD

Ugh, suddenly, just now, you don't feel well. Not at all. It might help to lie down somewhere for a few minutes or maybe there's...

Continuing the march for healthcare

Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, there’s another season to recognize: we’re in the middle of Open Season for health insurance. This opportunity is personal for...

Providing heartfelt education: Hardon Education 

In the heart of Indianapolis, where ambition meets compassion, two women are rewriting the narrative of education and health care training. Kellee Harney and...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Killing the ‘Strong Black Woman’

Breast cancer is responsible for killing Black women at a higher rate than it does other races. But why? For far too long, Black women...

HealthNet celebrates its 55th anniversary in Central Indiana 

HealthNet, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, is celebrating its 55th year of providing essential healthcare services to underserved communities in central Indiana.  

A data breach exposed private health information of more than 200,000 Medicaid clients in Indiana

By FARAH YOUSRY The private health information of more than 200,000 Medicaid clients in Indiana may have been exposed in a data breach that affected...

Transforming healthcare access: Business as Usual’s impact on underserved communities in Indiana

In the heart of Indiana, a powerful movement is underway—one that is reshaping the landscape of healthcare access and economic opportunity for underserved communities....
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