The Associated Press has found that authorities around the world have used technologies and data used in the fight against COVID-19 to halt travel for activists and ordinary people, harass marginalized communities and link people’s health information to other surveillance and law enforcement tools.
OPYS Physician Services LLC, a 10-year-old Indianapolis company, provides doctors to hospitals, mostly in rural areas, to staff their emergency rooms and other critical areas.
Shorthanded veterinary clinics are being slammed by the high number of pets acquired during the pandemic and a worsening shortage of workers, from support staff to veterinarians themselves.
The fast-growing, family-owned operation, based in Miami, has filed plans with the state to renovate three buildings and open them as primary care medical clinics.
The former chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee will testify before that same committee to ask lawmakers to allocate an additional quarter-of-a-billion dollars annually toward public health programs.
It was supposed to be a “good-news” day for Indianapolis-based biotech Point Biopharma Global Inc. Instead, the company saw its stock get battered Monday, losing as much as 38% of its value, after it released a pair of announcements.
Hospitals and clinics are full of doctors in white coats. But only a tiny portion of them, about 4%, are Black.
The high-tech approach allows a patient recovering from substance abuse to interact with potential future versions of himself or herself.
A former IndyGo bus could start a second life by the end of the year—distributing fresh food, providing nutrition education and troubleshooting problems Indianapolis residents have applying for food stamps.
A trend called “active adult communities” translates to age-specific housing that has eliminated dining, transportation and cleaning services.
After 15 years of coaxing and cajoling the medical community to consider a different way to do brain surgery, NICO co-founder Jim Pearson has numbers to show more surgeons and investors are buying into his vision.
Telix Americas is leasing 10,000 square feet at the Crew CarWash headquarters building at 11700 Exit Five Parkway, near Interstate 69 and East 116th Street.
Here’s how beagles being bred for research by an Indianapolis-based company became the target of the largest animal welfare seizure in the Humane Society’s history.
The hope is that the modified boosters will help tamp down continuing COVID-19 cases and blunt another winter surge.
Michele Sawyer started Sept. 1 as chief financial officer at the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute after more than two decades at drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. and its animal health spinoff, Elanco Animal Health.
The federal No Surprises Act—which took effect Jan. 1 and protects patients from receiving surprise medical bills resulting from unexpected, out-of-network coverage—is already creating huge waves.
In recent months, current and former employees of drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co., medical-equipment maker Roche Diagnostics and health care system Ascension St. Vincent have filed suit in federal district court, claiming their religious views and civil liberties were violated.
The milk drive, dubbed “Every Ounce Counts.” launched July 26 at Franciscan Heath Lafayette. The one-day event resulted in the collection of 4,100 ounces of human milk. More events are scheduled around the state in the coming months.
VoCare, which makes a handheld gadget called Vitals360 that allows physicians to monitor their patients’ vital signs remotely, is in the middle of a nasty fight with a group of five early investors.