As reminder, HHS continues to work on a new Rule for Short Term Health Plans. The Comment period ended April 23rd. This would allow time frames to expand from 90 days to up to a year. It is hoped that the new guidelines would be implemented perhaps in 2019. But it could be 2020.
Speaker Ryan (he told me to call him Paul when I addressed him as Mr. Speaker) is a great guy and about as down to earth as anyone. He is a big hunter (as am I) and we talked about bow hunting deer. He told me he harvested two does last year in Wisconsin with […]
The following Letter to the Editor and response appeared in the April 23 and 27, 2018 edition of the Indianapolis Star.
As a state board, we have worked well together and accomplished a lot over the past year. We have put several things in place that will make our state association stronger in the future.
The new law authorizes the use of unapproved medical products by patients diagnosed with a terminal illness in accordance with State law.
Indiana Lawmakers gathered in Indianapolis on May 14th for a brief one-day special session to deal with five bills that Governor Holcomb and the Republican controlled General Assembly deemed emergencies. Democrats, on the other hand, argued that when added together the bills did not warrant the price tag to bring the legislature back into session. […]