The goal is to make the products more affordable and accessible—and to reduce Indiana’s high smoking rate. More than 1.1 million adult Hoosiers smoke, and Indiana ranks 44th among states in smoking rate.
Debunking medical myths all in a day’s work for IU’s Dr. Aaron Carroll
Carroll uses Twitter, a New York Times column, blog post, podcast, videos and books to publish his findings on just about any health issue he thinks needs explaining or correcting.Read More
Groups protest insulin prices outside Lilly headquarters
Several diabetes and health care advocacy groups on Thursday announced a seven-figure fundraising campaign to help fund their fight against what they consider “skyrocketing” insulin prices.Read More
Fast-growing Activate Healthcare acquired by Denver firm
The Indianapolis-based provider of health clinics for businesses has grown to 250 employees in 10 years. But it recently started looking for another owner.Read More
Disgraced nursing-home CEO wants felony convictions tossed
The ringleader in one of the largest corporate-fraud cases in Indiana in recent years says his legal team at Barnes & Thornburg failed to disclose a “profound conflict of interest.Read More
Lilly shares dropped 4.6 percent in early trading after the company said Christi Shaw was leaving and Mike Harrington planned to retire.
In recent months, the drugmaker has won federal approval to sell a drug called Emgality for two conditions: migraine pain and cluster headaches.
It’s the second approved use for Emgality, which first won U.S. approval last fall to treat migraines. Analysts predict it could become a blockbuster.
The medical field’s lofty dreams of unleashing the power of artificial intelligence to transform medicine have yet to materialize in a major way.
Two out-of-state companies that want to build a 60-bed hospital in Carmel have a history of mass layoffs, at least one high-profile bankruptcy, and accusations of kickbacks and billing irregularities.
Indiana will recognize nursing licenses from most other states with a new law taking effect this summer.
Panelists from a broad range of life sciences fields shared their insights on key issues during IBJ's Life Sciences Power Breakfast on May 3.
Backed by more than $100 million in funding from Indiana companies and foundations, the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute has hired 39 employees and hopes to ramp up to 80 within another three years.
The seller was The Sanders Trust of Birmingham, Alabama. The trust—co-founded by Hall of Fame National Football League quarterback Bart Starr—acquired the building in 2009.
Kansas-based Aratana Therapeutics has three treatments approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and is working on drugs for a range of disease fields, including cancer.
The city’s newest park is springing up on the south side of downtown, a district quickly filling up with apartments, offices and retail—and a noticeable shortage of public green space.
The nation's second largest insurer said Wednesday that enrollment in its fully-insured coverage jumped more than 6%, to 15.3 million.
Hospitals and patients have sued to block a new nationwide liver transplant policy that they say will waste viable livers, lead to fewer transplants and likely cause deaths.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday his bill will cover all tobacco products, including vaping devices.
Little progress has been made in replacing Anthem Inc. in the Monument Circle building that, until the end of last year, served as headquarters for the Indianapolis-based health insurance giant.