• IU Health Distribution Center Already Paying Off

    Indiana University Health says its new Integrated Service Center in Plainfield is a catalyst for change. The 300,000-square-foot facility allows the health system to provide critical medical supplies to all of its hospitals throughout the state at a discounted price. 

  • Farmer's Fridge Expanding to Indy

    A Chicago-based company wants to make fresh, healthy food as convenient as a candy bar. Farmer’s Fridge is sinking its teeth into the Indianapolis market, launching its “smart fridges” in many downtown locations. The fridges are stocked with healthy salads, bowls and snacks made fresh each day in Chicago and delivered overnight to 18 fridges in and around Indy.

  • IHTC Helping Kenyans

    A person living in the U.S. diagnosed with hemophilia can still lead a normal life, but that’s not the case for patients in developing countries. The Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center is on a mission to change that for people living in Kenya, where there was little to no treatment available until the center came along.

  • Business Spotlight: Class UFC Gym

    There’s a new and challenging way for Hoosiers to get fit… Ultimate Fighting Championship style at the UFC Gym! The first central Indiana location has just opened in Noblesville. This new concept in boutique fitness studios offers a modern twist on traditional boxing and high-intensity interval training. Owner Todd Wood explains why he opened the gym after returning from combat in Afghanistan.

  • Business of Health: Purdue School of Nursing

    In just a matter of days, Purdue University will graduate an unusually large group of nursing students. The Class of 2019 marks a milestone for the college…it’s doubled the number of nursing students that graduated last spring. Why Purdue believes that’s the perfect medicine for the nursing shortage.

  • LifeOmic Develops New App

    “Intermittent fasting” is a health lifestyle that has quickly gained a large following…and Indianapolis-based startup LifeOmic has created an app to help people adopt the practice. The app, called LIFE Fasting Tracker, has already surpassed 300,000 downloads. Serial entrepreneur and Indiana tech giant Don Brown explains how it works.

  • Indy Airport Teams Up for Employer Health

    In our Business of Health segment, we revisit Indiana’s On Target Health…a company gaining traction for its success in helping create healthier workplaces.  We’ll explain how the company helps employers assist their workers in losing weight.

  • Catalent Sees Growth in Emerging Biologics Sector

    A year-and-a-half after entering Indiana’s life-sciences environment, New Jersey-based Catalent says the emerging biologics sector is driving big investment in Bloomington. Catalent General Manager Denis Johnson joins us to explain what’s driving the growth and what’s next for the company.

  • Orange Corn Growing in Indiana

    A startup with roots at Purdue University is launching orange corn in the U.S. and says our health stands to benefit. It’s called Professor Torbert’s Orange Corn, and it’s already on the menu at about half a dozen Indiana restaurants. It was invented by an agronomy professor at Purdue: Dr. Torbert Rocheford.

  • Campaign to Honor Former Butler Star

    An orthodontic practice in central Indiana has launched a campaign supporting a nonprofit honoring former Butler University basketball star Andrew Smith. Gorman & Bunch Orthodontics says the Be The Change campaign aims to have up to 430 people join the bone marrow registry. Jason Bunch is spearheading the effort and says the practice wanted to support Project 44 after its founder, Andrew Smith's wife, Samantha Smith spoke at an event it hosted by the practice.

  • Women in Health: AIT Bioscience

    No doubt Indiana has a robust life sciences industry...serving some 1,700 companies. AIT Bioscience is a research laboratory that performs analysis for biopharma drug development. Guest Host Lori LeRoy, Vice President of Communications at BioCrossroads chats with CEO Terri Pascarelli, who’s held leadership positions in life science companies---from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms---for more than 25 years.

  • Women in Health: AIT Bioscience

    No doubt Indiana has a robust life sciences industry...serving some 1,700 companies. AIT Bioscience is a research laboratory that performs analysis for biopharma drug development. Guest Host Lori LeRoy, Vice President of Communications at BioCrossroads chats with CEO Terri Pascarelli, who’s held leadership positions in life science companies---from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms---for more than 25 years.

  • FSSA Opens Psychiatric Hospital

    Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch joined Family and Social Services Secretary Jennifer Walthall to officially open the NeuroDiagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center. The “NDI,” is Indiana’s first new state psychiatric hospital in 53 years.

  • Timmy Global Health Partners for Vision Mission

    Indiana businesses are helping those in Central America and the Dominican see more clearly. In the Business of Health, we learn more about the mission that is a partnership between Timmy Global Health and One Click Ventures.

  • Inside Community Behavioral Health Academy

    Hoosiers in the grip of substance use disorder are facing a shortage of professionals they can turn to for help. It’s a gap the state’s workforce development initiative Ascend Indiana aims to bridge with the newly-formed Community Behavioral Health Academy. How the collaboration could help train those to battle Indiana’s opioid epidemic.

  • IU Med School Hits Record Funding

    The National Institutes of Health awarded a record nearly $150 million to researchers at the IU Med School last year. In the Business of Health, learn how the money is fueling the school’s cutting-edge research and innovation in medical treatment and patient care.

  • Brightlamp's New App Targets Concussions

    A Purdue University-affiliated startup has launched an app that can detect if an athlete is suffering from a concussion. The CEO of Brightlamp Inc. explains how Reflex works.

  • Little Red Hats Raising Awareness

    Newborns are receiving special deliveries from the Indiana chapter of the American Heart Association. How little red hats are helping raise awareness about heart disease in newborns.

  • $175M Community Health Project Hits Milestone

    Community Health Network says patients will today begin moving into the new patient tower at Community Hospital East in Indianapolis. The facility is part of a $175 million effort resulting in a new hospital to be completed in 2020.

  • Bloomington's 'Year of Food' Push

    The city of Bloomington has launched a year-long campaign to promote food equity and economic opportunities for local farmers. City leadership shares the action plan for “Year of Food” campaign.

  • Discover Dementia-Friendly Cruises

    A Hobart-based travel agency is taking people with memory loss on unique dementia-friendly cruises around the world. Elite Cruises & Vacations and American Senior Communities share the benefits of these trips.

  • TxJet Marks Five Years

    In just five years, TxJet has delivered 2,000 lifesaving organs to transplant recipients in 39 states flying the equivalent of four trips to the moon. In the Business of Health, Kylie Veleta has details on expansion plans.

  • Bosma Enterprises Empowering Workers with Impairments

    When he was diagnosed with a rare degenerative eye disease as a teenager, Mark Dresen, didn’t know what his future would hold. After a six-month program at Bosma Enterprises he now works at Eli Lilly and Company's global headquarters. Mark shares how Bosma helped him and others living with vision loss.

  • OrthoIndy Foundation YMCA Opens its Doors

    The new OrthoIndy Foundation YMCA has been in the works for years and has officially opened its doors. We take you inside the first facility of its kind in the nation to offer specialized ?medical services for veterans.

  • USI Testing Tiny House

    It’s almost been two months since the University of Southern Indiana cut the ribbon on its tiny Minka house. We explore this unique pilot project, which could make independent living accessible for people of all ages and abilities. 

  • Plans Underway for New Behavioral Hospital

    U.S. Health Vest and Hendricks Regional Health are partnering to create a new behavioral center. In the Business of Health, leadership discusses the immediate need to treat behavioral health and provide addiction treatment services.

  • Zimmer Biomet App Innovating Post-Op Care

    After knee or hip replacement surgery, some patients are using technology to get through post-op care, instead of traditional physical therapy. In the Business of Health, learn how the Zimmer Biomet mymobility app on Apple Watch and iPhone is helping patients.

  • Inside Synapse Sitters

    As a parent of a young son with Autism, an Indianapolis mom wanted to help other families connect with specialized sitters, so she started Synapse Sitters. In the Business of Health, find out how the tech startup is expanding statewide.

  • Indiana Grown Partnering with Schools

    Indiana Grown is working on a new initiative to get fresh, locally grown food into school lunches. In the Business of Health, how a new school food resource guide could help school corporations.

  • Tyler Trent's Doc on His Remarkable Impact

    20-year-old Purdue superfan Tyler Trent has captured the hearts of the nation with his remarkable fight against cancer. He’s using his diagnosis to raise awareness and money for cancer research. In the Business of Health, his Riley Hospital doctor talks about Tyler’s impact.

  • Inside Fiat Chrysler Health & Wellness Center

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is partnering with Indianapolis-based St. Vincent Health on a new health and wellness center that is getting national attention. We tell you about the benefits of this “one-stop shop” for FCA workers.

  • Inside Tumaini Global Health

    A group of DePauw alumni wants to create the first medical school in the U.S. focused on global health right here in Indiana. It’s called Tumaini Global Health and in the Business of Health, we talk with the organization’s president about his vision.

  • Cook Regentec Facility Focused on Potential Breakthroughs, Collaboration

    Bloomington-based Cook Regentec has opened its first facility in Indianapolis. The company has transformed an old beer warehouse into space near the high-profile 16 Tech innovation district. Part of the space will be dedicated to what the regenerative medicine therapy incubator and accelerator is calling The Collaboratory, where its scientists, engineers and product developers will partner with Indiana University School of Medicine researchers.

  • Inside New Healthcare Tech Startup Olio

    Carmel-based Olio has found a way to be HIPPA-compliant and close the communication loop between hospitals and therapists. Kylie Veleta has details in the Business of Health.

  • New AR Tools Offer Surgical Guidance

    Researchers at Purdue University have developed a unique approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians to help less-experienced doctors in war zones perform complicated procedures. In the Business of Health, see how augmented reality is making it possible.

  • IU Health Car T-Cell Therapy

    There is only one doctor in Indiana using a cutting-edge treatment called CAR T-Cell therapy on patients with certain cancers. The therapy is remarkable because it’s only a single treatment and patients are showing great success.

  • Inside KetoLuxe

    A health scare forced the owners of a Columbus gourmet marshmallow company to rethink their brand, while they transformed their lives. In the Business of Health, meet the women behind KetoLuxe…a new line of sugar-free, low-carb and gluten-free treats, spices and foods.

  • KingCal Meals Startup Sees Growth

    Two brothers are helping people of all fitness levels eat healthier, one meal at a time. The owners of Carmel-based KingCal Meals discuss sourcing locally for their young business and plans for expansion.

  • Helmer Helping Blood Supply in Africa

    A Noblesville-based company has developed high-tech equipment for drones delivering blood to patients in remote areas of Rwanda. Helmer Scientific’s CEO talks about the company’s role in the lifesaving missions.

  • Zimmer Biomet Aids Knee-Replacements in Guatemala

    About half-a-million dollars worth of Indiana-made orthopedic devices are now in Central America to support a unique mission. Zimmer Biomet is supplying artificial knees for doctors to perform total knee replacements at two hospitals in Guatemala.

  • Evansville Medical Campus Ready to Open

    The long-awaited medical campus in downtown Evansville is just days away from opening. We give you a sneak peek at Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, and tell you why it is transformative for the city and southwest Indiana.

  • IU Touts Impact of 'Precision Health' Challenge

    Two years in, Indiana University School of Medicine Dean Jay Hess says the school's first Grand Challenges initiative is "already impacting the care we provide patients." The $120 million Precision Health effort has goals including curing one cancer and one childhood disease over the next decade through a focus on individualized medicine. 

  • OurHealth Expanding to Cincy

    The nation’s largest near-site healthcare clinic network for employers plans to open multiple clinics in Cincinnati. OurHealth President and Co-founder Dr. Jeff Wells shares exclusive details about the expansion and impressive patient outcome results.

  • Statewide Opioid Coalition, RALI Indiana

    Governor Holcomb calls for an ‘all hands-on deck’ approach to tackling the state’s opioid addiction crisis. A new statewide coalition of business and health leaders has been assembled, and Drug Czar Jim McClelland discusses the mission and implications for the business community.

  • Clinic Adapting Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment

    Carmel-based dermatology clinic, Booth Dermatology, is the first in central Indiana to use a new high-tech treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer. Dr. Sally Booth says the new non-invasive treatment requires no scalpels, no cutting or no stitches and is designed to treat the two most common forms of skin cancer.

  • FirstLight Addressing Growing 'Aging in Place' Trend

    Indiana’s elderly population is expected to jump from nearly 15 percent to more than 20 percent by 2035. FirstLight Home Care explains the challenges as the trend of “aging in place” grows. 

  • Indiana CTSI Lands $33M Grant to Improve Health

    The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute has received a $33 million boost from the National Institutes of Health. The center’s founder discusses how the funding aims to reverse Indiana’s poor state of health and the need for public’s help.

  • Ascend Indiana Lands Funding

    Ascend Indiana, an initiative focused on closing the talent gap, has landed $2.4 million in funding. The organization says it will use the boost to help tackle Indiana’s opioid addiction crisis and deal with a shortage of nurses.

  • Vera Bradley Foundation Boosts Breast Cancer Research

    To date, the Vera Bradley Foundation has committed more than $37 million to the IU School of Medicine in the fight against breast cancer. The director of the IU Simon Cancer Center discusses the focus of a major new research center planned for Indianapolis.

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    Indiana Grown Puts Members In Spotlight

    The Indiana Grown initiative's signature event returned today to downtown Indianapolis. Program Manager Heather Tallman says the Monumental Marketplace has already paid dividends in its two-year history. "We had wineries that met blackberry growers that were able to buy blackberries and then distribution who came here and met different people they could start using in restaurants and grocery stores," said Tallman.

  • Alliance for a Healthier Indiana

    In an effort to improve Indiana’s health rankings, the Alliance for a Healthier Indiana has been on the road visiting different cities. The CEOs of Community Health Network and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce discuss how conversations within communities can tackle tough topics like tobacco use, obesity, opioids and infant mortality.

  • Outrun The Sun's Unique Business Model

    Indianapolis nonprofit Outrun the Sun is forming partnerships and engaging organizations, like the IMS, to support skin cancer prevention and melanoma research. A board member details its signature event and unique business model.

  • IndyCar Driver and Infertility Awareness

    The car that Indy500 driver Jay Howard is driving this Sunday will carry a special message. For the second year in a row, Midwest Fertility Specialists has partnered with Jay and, his wife, Courtney to promote infertility awareness and share their story of hope and determination.

  • Feminine Hygiene Product Wins 'Next Launch' Competition

    A sustainable feminine hygiene product developed by a Fishers High School student took the $25,000 first place prize in Wednesday's "The Next Launch" competition at the Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers. The event drew business ideas from students from eight high schools throughout the Midwest. The Rob Rubin School for the Entrepreneur at Culver Academies helped organize the event.

  • SoPE Indiana Helping Medical Professionals Innovate

    A new group is forming to help medical professionals innovate. In the Business of Health, the co-founders of the Indiana chapter of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs tell us why healthcare is a hotbed of potential entrepreneurs.

  • Author: 'Community Is The Answer" to Opioids

    An author who has written about the nationwide opioid epidemic says communities collaborating with "many ideas and solutions being tried together" will be key to addressing the crisis. "Dreamland: A True Tale of the Opioid Epidemic" author Sam Quinones will speak Monday at a fundraiser supporting the IU Behavioral Health facility in downtown Indianapolis.

  • New Bosma Enterprises Center Focuses on Life Skills

    Following a $1.5 million renovation, Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises will Friday showcase its Center for Visionary Solutions for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The nonprofit, which serves around 1,000 clients a year, says the facility will include a living skills training apartment, lighting lab, manual skills room for plumbing and woodworking training and fitness center. 

  • Lilly Focuses on Diabetes Prevention in Urban Communities

    Eli Lilly and Co. partners to launch a 5-year, $7 million diabetes prevention and management pilot in three underserved neighborhoods. We sit down with Lilly CEO Dave Ricks to discuss the initiative and the state of the company.

  • Lilly, IUPUI Launch Neighborhood Diabetes Program

    Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) is partnering with the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI to launch a pilot program aimed at addressing the high incidence of diabetes. The five-year, $7 million program will focus on three Indianapolis neighborhoods that Lilly says have significant health disparities and high rates of diabetes. The program builds on similar efforts Lilly has used in lower-income areas in Mexico, India and South Africa.

  • Inside St. Vincent's Neighborhood Hospital

    A new trend in healthcare is popping up all over Indiana. In the Business of Health, St. Vincent CEO Jonathan Nalli says neighborhood hospitals are providing greater access and convenient care.

  • IU Health Planning $55M Cancer Center

    IU Health is seeking approval from the city of Carmel to build a new cancer center. The $55 million facility would be built on property that is already part of IU Health North Hospital.

  • Indiana's First Mobile Stroke Unit

    IU Health is now home to the state’s first and only mobile stroke treatment unit that can diagnose and treat a stroke on-the-scene. The director of the program explains how it works in the Business of Health.

  • Beware, It's Breach Season

    Hancock Regional Hospital was the recent target of hackers and turned to information security company Pondurance to defend its systems and protect information assets. In the Business of Health, what you can do to protect your sensitive information.

  • Eskenazi, Indiana Grown Food Effort

    Eskenazi Health and Indiana Grown are teaming up to provide locally-sourced food offerings in the hospital. Eskenazi CEO Dr. Lisa Harris hopes the partnership will encourage more anchor institutions to locally source food, which could have a realimpact on the economy.

  • State Partners with OpenBeds to Boost Opioids Treatment

    Indiana 2-1-1 is attacking the drug epidemic with a new partnership with OpenBeds. The software platform helps drug addicts immediately find a place to get treatment. In the Business of Health, the state’s FSSA Secretary shares the goals of the free and confidential service.

  • Women Innovating Health: CapeAble

    Two moms from Fort Wayne spent five years creating specialty scarves, blankets and capes, designed to help relieve stress and provide calmness. Guest Host and Reporter Kylie Veleta talks with the co-founders of CapeAble about their unique SmartWeight technology and new manufacturing technologythey invented.

  • CareBand Prepping to Hit Market

    An IU grad has created a high-tech way to help those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s. CareBand’s safety bracelet is undergoing a pilot study in Bloomington, the final step before the device hits the markets.

  • IU Med School Launching Oncology Program

    The IU School of Medicine has received $14 million from the Walther Cancer Foundation to create a new oncology program. In the Business of Health, the VP of the foundation shares how the program will have more than just standard services.

  • NeuroHope Lands Funding, National Recognition

    NeuroHope is making big strives in the rehabilitation arena. The Indianapolis therapy clinic, started by a quadriplegic, has landed a nearly $1 million grant and is now one of 11 worldwide affiliates of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation NeuroRecovery Network. NeroHope's executive director and founder talks about expanding services.

  • Amish May Hold the Key to a Longer Life

    An Indianapolis Hematologist has discovered a gene mutation in the Amish that leads to longer lives. In the Business of Health, we take a closer look at a big study into this anti-aging gene.

  • IU Health Launches Foundation

    IU Health has launched a new foundation with the goal of helping to make Indiana one of the healthiest states in the nation. In the Business of Health, leadership from IU Health explain how they’re going to do it.

  • Opioid Withdrawal Device Receives FDA Approval

    The first device in the world to help relieve the symptoms of opioid withdrawal is now on the market. Innovative Health Solutions’ NSS2 BRIDGEwas created and is being manufactured right here in Indiana. Inside INdiana Business Reporter Kylie Veleta tells us about the one hurdle keeping many from being able to use it.

  • Work Begins on Regional Health Center

    A new model of healthcare is coming to Bloomington. The nearly $400 million IU Health Regional Academic Health Center will be built on IU’s campus bringing together multiple specialties and outpatient services.

  • Gleaners Focusing on Fresh Produce

    Gleaners Food Bank is one of eight sites across the U.S. with a fresh produce center. President & CEO John Elliott shares how the organization is delivering produce to more than 40 food banks in seven states, including Indiana.

  • Riley Children's New $142M Maternity Center

    The IU Health system is investing more than $140 million to build a new maternity and newborn health center. The president of Riley Children’s Health has more on the major project that will centralize care currently offered at three Indy hospitals.

  • 1-on-1 With inX3 Pitch Competition Winner Maggie Galloway

    Inside INdiana Business gooes one-on-one wiith inX3 Pitch Competition winner Maggie Galloway, Chief Executive Officer of Jeffersonville-based Inscope Medical Solutions.

  • hc1's Opioid Dashboard

    Indianapolis-based hc1.com has developed a revolutionary cloud-based information service that can instantly deliver information on misuse and abuse of opioids. In the Business of Health, the CEO explains how the Opioid Dashboardworks.

  • Examining Potential Side Effects of a CVS/Aetna Merger

    Leaders from the private sector and academia are weighing in on a proposal to merge giants in health care retail and insurance. Plans call for CVS Health Corp. (NYSE: CVS) to acquire Aetna Inc. (NYSE: AET) in a deal valued at $69 billion. Indianapolis-based OurHealth co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Ben Evans says the deal is characteristic of "this impending collision of insurers and providers," where insurers and health care providers are competing for the patient.

  • Inside the Global Orphan Foundation

    Half of the children living in orphanages in the Congo will not make it to their 5th birthday due to poor nutrition. The Global Orphan Foundation’s insect farming program could be an answer to world hunger.

  • New State Health Commissioner

    She spent more than 30 years as an OB-GYN at Community Health Network and now has a new job as the state health commissioner. In the Business of Health, we chat with Dr. Kristina Box about her new role and priorities.

  • Ascus Biosciences Pioneering an Emerging Science

    Indianapolis tech start-up Ascus is pioneering an emerging science, Endomicrobial Ecology, that uses a natural approach to improve animal health and performance. It’s being driven by former Elanco VP of Global Research and Development William Weldon. Endomicrobial Ecology harvests the natural microbiota that already exists in an animal’s system. The research is driving the science behind Ascus’ first product which will launch in Argentina in 2018.

  • Improving the Health of Vets

    The YMCA has introduced new programs geared toward improving the health of veterans. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks with leadership about a diabetes program developed here that is now being used nationwide and other programs exclusively for vets.

  • Greenlight Guru Extends Platform

    Indianapolis-based Greenlight Guru has launched a new product that is not only expected to impact job growth, but the global medical device industry.  In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks to the company’s CEO and co-founder about the new software.

  • Elanco's Future, Lilly Investing in Insulin

    Lilly is doubling down on diabetes. Manufacturing President Maria Crowe talks about plans for a $72 million investment in Indianapolis and weighs-in on what the future holds for animal health unit Elanco.

  • Flu Season Outlook

    Flu season is here, and already more than 55 cases have been reported in Indiana. In the Business of Health, the Indiana State Department of Health shares how it tracks outbreaks and prepares for the season.

  • Healing Through Art

    There are many signs that it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. But at St. Vincent Health, the signs are very large works of art. The newly expanding art studio inside the St. Vincent Breast Care Centerbuilding is a prototype of what art therapy can accomplish.

  • IU Investing $50M in Opioid Crisis

    Indiana is one of four states where the fatal drug overdose rate has more than quadrupled since 1999. Leadership from IU and IU Health explain how the school’s bold, $50 million investment will target the opioid crisis head on.

  • 'Catalyst' Caine Wins Watanabe Award

    Marion County Public Health Department Director Virginia Caine is this year's Watanabe Life Sciences Champion of the Year. BioCrossroads presented the annual award this morning at the Life Sciences Summit in Indianapolis. The organization calls Caine an "ardent voice for public health and access to medical care for the disadvantaged."

  • Intern Program Targets Students with Disabilities

    The Eskenazi Health Foundation has received a Lilly Endowment grant to expand an internship program for students with physical and sensory disabilities. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis discusses how this paid internship gives students a unique college to career program. 

  • LyoHUB Trying to Advance Freeze-Drying

    Researchers are working to modernize a process that could be used in making everything from freeze-dried space foods to lifesaving wonder drugs. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks about the goal of the Purdue LyoHUB.

  • Indiana Blood Center Hurricane Efforts

    It took a Blackhawk helicopter to make a delivery of Hoosier-donated blood to Galveston, Texas. The Indiana Blood Center is helping in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and planning ahead for Hurricane Irma. 

  • Disabled Children to Experience VR Rides

    Virtual reality is helping children with disabilities experience flying, swimming and amusement park rides in a high-tech way. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis chats with the CFO of Metaverse Entertainment.

  • Hendricks Regional Health Now Hiring

    One hundred new healthcare jobs are opening in Brownsburg. Hendricks Regional Health will open its new hospital in December, but it’s taking applications for RNs and PRNs and many other positions right now.

  • Inside Jump IN for Healthy Kids

    Jump IN is an initiative focused on getting Hoosier kids and families to lead active, healthy lives.  Barb Lewis talks with the initiative’s new CEO about what the top executives and their companies are doing to help.

  • Whitestown Welcomes $50M Facility

    Pennsylvania-based global health care company AmerisourceBergen cut the ribbon on its new $50 million distribution facility, which could employ up to 150 people. Company officials say they are responsible for producing and distributing nearly one-third of the country's pharmaceuticals.

  • Biomedical Scientists Boost

    Lilly Endowment Inc. has awarded a $25 million grant to fund the INCITE program, a collaboration among IU School of Medicine, Indiana Biosciences Research Institute and Eli Lilly and Co. The initiative aims to attract biomedical scientists to enhance research and education and strengthen the state's life sciences sector.

  • Whitestown Welcomes $50M Facility

    The chief executive officer of Pennsylvania-based AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp. says the company picked Whitestown for a nearly $50 million investment, in part, because of the work force it will be able to attract there. The global health care company cut the ribbon this morning on the distribution facility, which Steven Collis says could ultimately employ up to 150.

  • Hall Render Turns 50

    Hall Render is marking 50 years of providing legal counsel to healthcare clients. The firm is the largest healthcare-focused law firm in the United States with nearly 200 attorneys serving 12 markets.  

  • Hall Render Turns Fifty

    Hall Render is marking 50 years of providing legal counsel to healthcare clients. The firm is the largest healthcare-focused law firm in the United States with nearly 200attorneys serving 12 markets. 

  • Healthcare Startup Execs Gather for Tech Panel

    Executives from Hoosier healthcare startups gathered at the Speak Easy Downtown to discuss the future of healthcare innovation in Indiana, and if Indiana could be a leader in the health-tech space.

  • Health Commissioner Discusses Making Opioid Overdose Medication Available Without Prescription

    Tackling overdoses head-on. A lifesaving medication that can reverse opioid overdoses is now available without a prescription. State Health Commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams discusses the importance of Naloxone.

  • 16 Tech Announces First Leader

    Bob Coy has been named first president and chief executive officer of 16 Tech Community Corp. Coy most recently served as CEO of Ohio-based venture development organization CincyTech, which pumped more than $680 million into 70 different startups during his 11 years at the helm. Coy says his top priorities will include construction projects and the continued push for top interdisciplinary talent The 60-acre innovation community located near IUPUI.

  • Basketball Standout Turned Healthcare Exec

    Former Butler Basketball All American Chris Miskel recently became CEO of Versiti, a Midwestern healthcare company affiliated with the Indiana Blood Center. He discusses his role and the organization’s work in blood services and genomic research. 

  • OurHealth Plans Expansion

    Indianapolis-based OurHealth says a $37 million round of funding will help it expand its MyClinic network into eight additional markets and 11 new locations, creating nearly 500 jobs. CEO Ben Evans discusses expanding its national footprint and its unique health care model. 

  • 24Indianapolis Gearing Up for Event

    The 24 Foundation is gearing up for its 24-hour charity event called 24Indianapolis. Hundreds of cyclist and walkers are expected to participate to benefit people affected by cancer. 

  • Bosma Enterprises' New Tech Savvy HQ

    Bosma Enterprises unwrapped its new $6.6 million headquarters in hopes of creating more job opportunities for the blind or visually impaired. The facility is one of the first in the U.S. to utilize BlindSquare way-finding technology. 

  • Anthem Health Assessment Kiosks at Walmart

    It’s been nearly one year since insurance giant Anthem put healthcare kiosks in Indiana WalMart stores. The goal is to reach Hoosiers who have chronic health conditions before their health gets worse. We’ll tell you how the program is working.

  • Biomedical Innovation Center Director Talks Growth

    The Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation has been a huge success with 11 startup companies under one roof creating an ecosystem for entrepreneurship, technology development and commercialization. The center’s director discusses its growth and plans for expansion.

  • National Nurses Week

    It’s National Nurses week, a time to celebrate and honor nurses. In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis discusses challenges in the healthcare sector with the Chief Nursing Officer at St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis.

  • Speedway, Donor Network Partner 'To Save Lives'

    The Indiana Donor Network says a new partnership with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will allow the organization to take its message nationwide. The Driven2SaveLives campaign will include signage, videos and social media at IMS events. 

  • Inside IU's Grand Challenges Winner

    The Precision Health Initiative is the winner of IU’s Grand Challenge. In the Business of Health, IU’s VP of Research shares how the initiative could transform health, medical research and education.

  • Marian's Inaugural Med School Graduation

    The first med school to open in Indiana in more than a century is gearing up for its inaugural graduation this weekend. Marian University President Dan Elsener and one of its first doctoral graduates discuss the milestone.

  • Community Hospital East Topping Out Ceremony

    The oldest hospital in Indianapolis will soon have a new look. A $175 million investment is transforming Community Hospital East and in the Business of Health, Barb Lewis discusses the improvements with Community’s East Region President.

  • Partnership Battling Cancer as More Than Friends

    Helping breast cancer patients with everything they need is getting easier, thanks to a new partnership between Komen Central Indiana and What Friends Do. Leadership from both organizations discuss the recently launched peer-to-peer online network “More Than Friends.”

  • St. Vincent to Open 'Long-Time Dream'

    St. Vincent Health this week will take the wraps off of an $8 million accommodation space for families of extended-stay patients. Nancy Frick with the St. Vincent Foundation says the St. Vincent House will give patient families a place to eat, do laundry, and find "mutual support" with others. It replaces the Marten House Hotel, which closed in January.

  • Indy Yogi's New Project

    Some 40 million Americans practiced yoga in 2016, including nearly a half-million in Indiana. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis introduces us to the founders of IndyYogi.com and their newest project the Indiana & Yoga Magazine.

  • Doctors Getting MBA's After MD's

    Doctors from across the country are stepping out of their practices and hospitals to go back to the classroom.  The Kelley School of Business Medicine Physician MBA Program is graduating its third class this August.

  • St. Vincent's $13M Training Center

    St. Vincent Health has broken ground on a $13 million project that will benefit current and future health care workers. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks with a hospital exec to learn more about what the William Nasser Healthcare Education and Simulation Center has to offer.

  • Lilly Details $850M U.S. Plans

    Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) has detailed plans to pump $850 million into its U.S. operations this year. That includes a new $85 million expansion of the company's Trulicity device assembly operations. The drugmaker says the investment is being driven by strong demand and its growing pipeline of potential cancer, pain and diabetes treatments. 

  • Collaborations Spurring IU Med School Evansville

    A key player in the ongoing IU Med School Evansville project calls it a "one-of-a-kind partnership" that will boost residency opportunities and economic development. IU Assistant VP Kirk White says four southwest Indiana hospitals are working together instead of competing.

  • Lilly Diabetes to Sponsor NASCAR

    What do Eli Lilly and Co. and NASCAR have in common? A lot, these days. The Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company is expanding its partnership, signing a multi-year deal to become the “Official Diabetes Health Partner of NASCAR.”

  • St. Vincent Begins Work on $13M Training Center

    St. Vincent Health has broken ground on a project it says will benefit current and future health care workers throughout the Midwest. The $13.6 million William Nasser Healthcare Education and Simulation Center will house classrooms and simulation spaces including an operating room, delivery room and intensive care unit. The center honors Nasser, who St. Vincent says is known by many as Indiana's "Father of Cardiology."

  • Hospital Collaboration Fueling IU Med School Project

    One of the key players in the ongoing Indiana University Med School project in Evansville calls it a "one-of-a-kind partnership" that will boost residency opportunities and economic development. IU Assistant Vice President For Strategic Partnerships Kirk White says four southwest Indiana hospitals "working together instead of in competition" will bring better health care to Hoosiers. m

  • Community Health Expanding Walgreens Partnership

    Community Health Network is expanding its partnership with Walgreens. In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis shows us how they are making healthcare available to patients where and when they need it. 

  • Lash & Brow Design Helping Burn Victims

    Lash & Brow Design Co. in Carmel is partnering with Indy’s largest hair salon to raise money for the Hoosier Burn Camp, which provides life-changing experiences for burn victims. The owner of Lash & Brow discusses why this cause is near and dear to her heart in the Business of Health.

  • Recovery Force Receives FDA Clearance

    Fisher’s-based Recovery Force reaches a major milestone that could be a game changer for blood clot prevention. Our Mary-Rachel Redman shares exclusive details on the company’s big news from the FDA.

  • Women in Healthcare, Life Sciences Mentoring Program

    There is a scarcity of women leading healthcare and life science organizations in Indiana and across the U.S. Leaders from the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Indiana chapter are out to change that with a new mentoring program.   

  • Startup Developing New Glaucoma Treatment

    Bionode LLC, a Purdue-affiliated startup, is developing a non-invasive way to treat glaucoma and prevent blindness… using contact lenses and glasses. The co-founder Bionode is here to explain how it works in the Business of Health.

  • Inside The Bee Corp.

    What started as a Beekeeping Club at IU has grown into a business that could have global implications. We introduce you to the enthusiastic entrepreneur behind The Bee Corp.

  • Indiana's New Drug Czar

    There’s a new sheriff in town ready to take on Indiana’s Opioid crisis. But he is a very familiar face in the Indiana business community. Jim McClelland talks about his priorities in facing one of Indiana’s biggest battles as the state’s new drug czar.

  • Indiana's New Drug Czar

    There’s a new sheriff in town ready to take on Indiana’s Opioid crisis. But he is a very familiar face in the Indiana business community. Jim McClelland talks about his priorities in facing one of Indiana’s biggest battles as the state’s new drug czar.

  • New $90M Shelbyville Hospital

    A new $90 million medical center will soon start caring for patients in Shelbyville. It’s the largest project in the history of Major Health Partners. In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis talks with the hospital’s CEO about community impact.

  • New Fat Replacement 'Epogee' Lands Major Customer

    Is it too good to be true? A former Dow AgroSciences and Lilly exec has developed a new fat replacement called Epogee that cuts calories, but keeps the taste. Choco Finesse has also landed a first major customer.

  • New IBRI Study is 'Essence of Big Data'

    The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute in Indianapolis is bringing together several big industry names for a major study on how type 2 diabetes varies in different patients. Inside INdiana Business talks to Chief Executive Officer David Broecker about what he calls a "first-of-its-kind" partnership that involves Eli Lilly and Co., Roche Diagnostics Corp., the Regenstrief Institute and the Indiana University School of Medicine. 

  • Indiana Biosciences Research Institute

    New IBRI Study is 'Essence of Big Data'

    The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute in Indianapolis is bringing together several big industry names for a major study on how type 2 diabetes varies in different patients. Inside INdiana Business talks to Chief Executive Officer David Broecker about what he calls a "first-of-its-kind" partnership that involves Eli Lilly and Co., Roche Diagnostics Corp., the Regenstrief Institute and the Indiana University School of Medicine. 

  • Inside On Target Health

    The top New Year’s resolution, according to Google, is to get fit. And that’s what an Indianapolis company helps employees do year ‘round. On Target Health provides businesses with ways to get employees in better health and help them lose weight.

  • Inside the Brown Center for Immunotherapy

    The IU School of Medicine receives its largest gift ever from an alum… $30 million! In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis talks with tech pioneer Don Brown about the gift and a focus on immunotherapy.

  • Brown Gift to Spark 'Exciting' Science

    Tech entrepreneur and Interactive Intelligence founder Don Brown says he hopes his $30 million gift to the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis will "give us a focal point in what I consider the most exciting area in all of science." The gift will establish the Brown Center for Immunotherapy. 

  • Apexian Develops Pancreatic Cancer Drug

    Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. Barbara Lewis talks with the scientific founder of Apexian Pharmaceuticals about a drug that could make a difference.

  • Device Helps Heroin Addicts Fight Withdrawal

    Versailles-based Innovative Health Solutions has created a device that could help heroin addicts overcome withdrawal symptoms. Barbara Lewis chats with a company exec about the product.

  • Chamber Aims to Reduce Smoking Rate in Indiana

    The Indiana Chamber of Commerce says it is putting a focus on reducing the smoking rate in Indiana. Chamber Chief Executive Officer and President Kevin Brinegar details plans to tackle the health issue in an interview with Inside INdiana Business.

  • Purdue Boosting Nursing Enrollment

    Purdue University's School of Nursing is expanding undergraduate enrollment. The university says the effort, which will double the number of admitted students, aims to help the state meet its growing demand for registered nurses.

  • TriMedx Expanding in Indy

    A medical equipment management provider plans to invest more than $21 million to expand its Indianapolis headquarters and create more than 100 jobs. A TriMedx exec shares what’s fueling the tech company’s growth.

  • Inside Johnson Memorial Hospital's $42M Expansion

    It’s a $42 million investment to transform Johnson Memorial Hospital in Franklin, and no local or county tax dollars to fund the project.

  • Elwood Schools First to Adopt TeleHealth

    The Elwood Community School Corp. has the very first school-based telehealth clinic in Indiana. That means students will be able to see a physician without leaving the school grounds.

  • Springbuk Partners With Fitbit on Wellness Study

    A health analytics firm is partnering with Fitbit as part of a one of a kind corporate wellness study. We have some eye-opening results from tech startup Springbuk.

  • Little Star Center Expanding

    A facility for children affected by autism is adding two locations in Indiana. Little Star Center is expanding services in Jeffersonville and Evansville and adding up to 100 jobs.

  • IBRI Hires European Bioscience Giant

    The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute has hired the man who will set the agenda for the research and innovation that comes out of the center. Rainer Fischer, who has been named chief scientific and innovation officer, most recently led the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology in Germany.

  • Purdue Extension's Online Resource For Healthy Food

    Purdue Extension has created an online hub for information about healthy foods. In the Business of Health, Barbara Lewis chats with the program administrator about how FoodLink works.

  • Ball State Launches New College of Health

    Ball State University just launched a new College of Health. The first dean of the college sits down with Barbara Lewis in the Business of Health.

  • Progress Continues at Biosciences Research Institute

    Leaders from the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute believe a recent $750,000 grant secured by one of its researchers could help spark other activity in the future. The funding from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will support Teresa Mastracci's work involving cell regeneration in Type 1 diabetes progression. Inside INdiana Business talks to Mastracci and Director of External Affairs and Communications at IRBI, Christy Denault. 

  • New Study Reveals Economic Impact of Opioid & Tobacco Epidemics

    A new study shows opioid and tobacco addiction epidemics have cost Indiana billions annually in healthcare expenses and lost productivity. Barbara Lewis sits down with the executives of the Fairbanks Foundation and Fairbanks School of Public Health.

  • Bart Peterson Talks Irsay YMCA

    The CityWay YMCA in downtown Indianapolis is celebrating a major donation and new name. In honor of the gift from Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, the facility will be known as the Irsay Family YMCA and bear the team's horseshoe logo. Eli Lilly and Co. Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs Bart Peterson talks to Inside INdiana Business about Irsay and the impact his gift will have on Marion County.

  • Indiana Schools Provide Solution to EpiPen Price Controversy

    The price controversy over the EpiPen has Indiana physicians reminding parents of a recent state law that could help their children. Two years ago, state legislation allowed schools to get EpiPens for free.  

  • Behind 'The Butler Brain Project' Initiative

    Butler University is devoting this school year to “The Butler Brain Project.” The initiative will explore the human brain and how it impacts every dimension of our lives.  

  • 2015 Dig IN Taste of Indiana chef.

    Dig IN Talks Economic Benefit of Eating Local

    An event this weekend in Indianapolis will bring chefs and producers from throughout the state together to shine a spotlight on Indiana's food industry. Dig IN's annual Taste of Indiana will feature dozens of restaurants, breweries and wineries partnering with chefs and farmers to create a variety of prepared dishes and beverages.

  • Cummins LiveWell Center Model for Employee Health and Well-Being

    Cummins is taking a new bold, approach when it comes to the health and well-being of its employees and their families. The chief medical director of the LiveWell Center explains what the lifestyle medical center has to offer.

  • Dr. Kevin Tolliver examines patient at Eskenazi Transitional Care Clinic

    Eskenazi Finding Success with Transitional Care Clinic

    eskenazi finding success with transitional care clinic

    Eskenazi Health opened its Transitional Care Clinic to help bridge the gap between inpatient and outpatient care. Dr. Kevin Tolliver discusses the significant impact the clinic has had on patients and rate of readmission.

  • United Way of Central Indiana plans to use grant money to fund Great Families initiative.

    United Way of Central Indiana Lands $7 Million Grant

    The United Way of Central Indiana was one of four recipients nationwide awarded a $7 million grant from the Social Innovation Fund. The money will be matched by UWCI and selected organizations in Central Indiana for a total of over $20 million for the Great Families 2020 initiative. United Way of Central Indiana President and CEO Ann Murtlow and Christie Gillespie, vice-president of Community Impact at UWCI talked to Inside INdiana Business about how the grant will impact families.

  • IU Health Growing International Reach With Medical Tourism Program Expansion

    IU Health is expanding its reach internationally with its growing medical tourism program. The director of the International Patient Services Program recently returned from China, where he promoted services like individualized cancer therapy.

  • LifeShare Creates New Tech For Seniors

    Connecting with loved ones in senior care can be very difficult, but new technology is out to change that. Lifeshare Technologies has developed a solution designed to work on TVs, tablets, phones and computers.

  • Long-Term Rehab Center Now Open in Indianapolis

    Chris Leeuw was left paralyzed from the neck down after a kayaking accident, but after aggressive therapy in Utah, he left rehab walking and independent, and made it his mission to bring that kind of long-term rehab center to Indiana. He talks about his vision for NeuroHope, which is now open in Indianapolis. 
  • Community Health Partnership to Form New Company

    Community Health Network in Indianapolis is partnering with Chicago-based VillageMD to form a new health care company. Primaria Health LLC will provide services including data analysis, medication management and behavioral health programs. Primaria CEO Doug Stratton and VillageMD CEO Tim Barry talk about the new venture. 
  • Bloomington Pharmacy Focuses on Holistic Approach

    Three pharmacists and Butler University alumni saw a need for wellness beyond prescriptions, so they opened Panacea Pharmacy in Bloomington, which aims to get patients off of unnecessary medicine and help them achieve healthier overall lifestyles.
  • Dogs Trained to Alert Diabetics of Blood Sugar Changes

    Indianapolis-based Alert Service Dogs is a national provider of trained Diabetic Alert Dogs (DAD's). President Janalee Gallagher talks about the company, which trains dogs to detect change in blood sugars and alert diabetics to blood sugar changes.