Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 15-21, 2022

Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem Inc. has been trying for several years to clamp down on what it considers unnecessary, expensive visits to emergency rooms, but its tactics have come back to bite it. John Russell reports that a federal arbitrator has ordered Anthem to pay $4.5 million to a group of 11 Indiana hospitals that complained Anthem’s policy was unlawful and breached their contracts. Also in this week’ issue, Mickey Shuey and Daniel Bradley examine the record prices paid for Indiana farmland, driven in part by demand from developers. And Dave Lindquist heralds what could be the busiest summer concert season in history—and raises the question of whether there are enough ticket buyers to make it profitable.

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