A summit in Indianapolis focused on ways to reduce health inequity and tackled social factors that influence health. 

Indiana is looking into reports of 18 cases of a mysterious respiratory illness possibly linked to e-cigarettes. That number has grown from under a dozen about a week ago.

The first test case to hold a drug-maker responsible for the opioid epidemic was decided in Oklahoma Monday. A judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay more than $500 million to the state

Report: Indiana Losing Out On Federal Opioid Funding

Aug 27, 2019

A new analysis explores disparities in federal funding for the opioid crisis and finds Indiana is one of the states that may be getting short changed.

Indiana rolled out changes to part of its Medicaid program earlier this summer. Some enrolled in the program have to report certain activities like working or volunteering to keep their coverage.

Attorney Amanda Hall runs the Medical Legal Partnership of Evansville, a program of Indiana Legal Services. She spoke with WNIN’s Isaiah Seibert about how she’s seen the changes unfold.