Profits and patient visits remain strong at Community Health Network and Indiana University Health, but their Obamacare-fueled growth is decelerating.
New data show that employers trying to duck the Obamacare Cadillac tax and turn their workers into healthier consumers are starting to actually reduce the amount of money per worker they are spending on health benefits.
In January, Kristin Eilenberg launched Lodestone Insights and has built up a team of 15 people feeding a searchable, sortable database of more than 4,100 conferences around the world.
Murphy will become CEO of IU Health in April. Those who know him say Murphy’s early experiences with family, church and medicine make him exceptionally well-suited to a complex hospital system in swiftly changing times.
The family's American Senior Communities is the dominant nursing home company in Indiana, with 94 long-term care facilities.
With regulations on the rise and 25 percent of health care spending going toward administration, lawyers at Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman are taking aim at some of the most pain-inducing pieces of federal anti-kickback statutes.
The City-County Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve $75 million in bonds for infrastructure improvements that should allow development of the 16 Tech innovation district to move forward.
Five women say a book by escort Katina Powell falsely accuses them of participating in prostitution at the University of Louisville, according to court documents filed Monday.
Vicki Perry, the longtime CEO of Advantage Health Solutions Inc., has been replaced after a financial review found “significant un-reported losses” at the Indianapolis-based health insurer.
Advantage Health Solutions was placed under the supervision of the Indiana Department of Insurance on Friday after the company lost $46.3 million during the first eight months of the year and decided to terminate its Medicare Advantage business.
Carmel-based Mainstreet has engineered a $302.5 million reverse takeover of a Canadian long-term care company that will once again give Mainstreet a publicly traded investment firm to help finance its development projects.
Hospitals have long argued that they pass on the cost of the uninsured to private insurance customers. But a new study shows that’s less than half-true.
The Indianapolis-based hospital system said its efforts to reduce patients’ need for expensive health care services, known as population health, slashed the use of hospitals, nursing homes and expensive imaging scans among the 140,000 Hoosiers IU Health now serves.
Lower wages, higher hospital prices and unhealthy lives force Indiana employers to charge more and give fewer health benefits to their workers.
The prices health insurers charge Hoosiers on the Obamacare exchange will drop more than in any other state next year. But for most Hoosiers, that’s bad news. Lower average premiums statewide means smaller tax subsidies statewide to reduce the cost of Obamacare policies.
City leaders want to make the 60-acre tract of land just north of the Indiana University School of Medicine campus a mix of all of the best the city has to offer and catch the eyes of more creative and highly sought-after workers.
The lawsuit seeks class-action status, claiming the career prospects of all University of Louisville students have been hurt by Katina Powell’s book, which alleges she supplied strippers and prostitutes for basketball recruits.