Gov. Mike Pence on Friday named Sarah Freeman as a commissioner on the five-member Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
Indianapolis plans to install another 25 streetlights by the end of the year, continuing Mayor Joe Hogsett’s push to light up neighborhoods with higher accident and crime rates.
The latest local example of the sizzling market is the three-story Community Health Pavilion, which sold last week for $286 a square foot—far more than the per-square-foot price in two recent office complex transactions.
Dr. Sandra Kinsella, a top anesthesiologist in Indiana University Health’s organ transplant program, claims she was let go in retaliation for her complaints.
Hoosiers looking for health insurance on the Obamacare marketplace for next year will see fewer choices and double-digit premium increases on most plans, the Indiana Department of Insurance said Thursday.
A bitter, costly fight over who will pay for Duke Energy’s $3.5 billion coal-gasification plant, one of the most expensive projects in Indiana history, is finally over.
Eli Lilly and Co. and its partner cannot stop competitors from selling generic versions of testosterone treatment Axiron, a federal judge in Indianapolis has ruled.
Anthem hopes to encourage new Medicaid members in Indiana to spend a few minutes taking a health care assessment at Walmart kiosks to get an early jump on chronic conditions.
St. Vincent will expand its footprint in central Indiana by opening eight small hospitals where patients can get treated for medical conditions that aren’t life-threatening. The first four locations were announced Monday.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission hears hundreds of cases a year and regulates $14 billion worth of electric, natural gas, telecommunications, steam, water and sewer utilities.
No one is sure whether Anthem and the Justice Department can hash out a settlement before the federal case to block the insurer's $54 billion acquisition of Cigna Corp. goes to trial in November.
After a six-year run-up for the Indianapolis-based oil refiner that saw its revenue nearly double, the company has eliminated about 25 jobs, 2 percent of its workforce, in recent months.
Supplies are the second-largest expense for hospitals. Here’s how Indiana’s largest health system plans to keep its 15 hospitals stocked in bandages and medical supplies.
Seven men who took Cialis pills to treat erectile dysfunction sued Indianapolis drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. this week, claiming they later suffered from skin cancer that was related to the medicine.