Indiana prices are higher than those of all our neighboring states.
This week, three columnists weigh in on what the state should do to reign in Indiana’s high health costs, including IU Health president and CEO Dennis Murphy. And two columnists weigh in on slating, while Abdul-Hakim Shabazz argues reforming immigration could help fill open jobs.
IU Health has committed to align our pricing with national averages for commercial insurance by Jan. 1, 2025, generating more than $1 billion in savings to patients and payers.
The lack of urgency in addressing high hospital prices in Indiana by the vast majority of not-for-profit hospitals is intolerable.
The performance gap isn’t because these boys had better access to training or resources; it’s biology.
If the governor had legitimate and specific concerns about HB 1041 at any point during the legislative process, he could have asked the leadership to address those concerns.
We need to make it easier for immigrants to come here and get the jobs the rest of us are not going to do.
What is certain is that silence and complacency are not an option for those of us in the struggle for all people.
Today’s Senate is not the great deliberative body of past reputation.
[The supermajority] is always in need of someone to attack. The tactic is clear: Create an enemy, attack it.
Marion County has been trending Democratic for some time, which means many of our primary elections are actually general elections.
Whatever the brave new world is shouldn’t undermine candidates who lack means and connections in the process.
The company deliberately and methodically deployed a multifaceted plan to addict a generation of adolescents to nicotine.
Not-for-profits play an important part in our economic and social fabric.
The need is great, and the demographics of this population suggest housing needs will only grow for those able to live independently.
Our top two priorities should be strengthening Indiana’s teacher preparation programs and enrolling more high school graduates in post-secondary education.
Tough love, if administered with true ‘love,’ is often the best way to deliver advice that might (or might not) take root.
Lack of context is the problem with Twitter and any other social media platform that limits the number of characters that can be used.
SB 382 lowers the taxation on closed vaping products and on other smokeless tobacco products. Absolutely reprehensible.
The Remnant Trust is hosting a Great Conversations series symposium in Indianapolis in May featuring Robert Woodson.
Collecting race data on business lending is more of an investment in an underserved market than a cost.
Our constitutional rights come with qualifiers.
As we think about maximizing the reach of telehealth to serve at-risk populations, growing access to broadband internet must be a key priority.
I’m one of a large number of baby boomers who went into journalism because of Watergate.