Maybe I'm missing something... you have a background in Business and Systems Analysis (I'm guessing that you have a business degree with a focus on systems?)
You don't want to go into intellectual property... that's fine... it requires a lot of hard-science background in order to qualify for the patent-bar and it's pretty dry stuff if you don't enjoy it. Business law would make a lot of sense if you were truely involved with "business operations and decisions" in your former career.
How do you make the leap into health law? Do you have a background in health sciences? Were you doing business systems for a health-care provider? Or are you just trying to do a 360 in your career and jump into something entirely new?
I don't want to dampen your aspirations. Being a non-trad law student myself, I'm hoping to focus my law studies and future law career on something in which I already have experience. I figure that 10+ years experience ought to open more doors than a 3 year degree from any of the schools that you or I are looking at. My advise would be to stick to an area of law that builds on your experience or be prepared to take a pay CUT for your first few years out of law school. As a seasoned business-person, you should be making a salary at or above that of most recent law school grads from Indy/Capital/Toledo.
I know.... that didn't address the underlying question... where should you go?
I guess that I'd go to Toledo or Indy. Capital does seem to be the "safety-school" rather than the school you WANT to go to, so I'd eliminate that one right away. Besides, if you stay at "home" to go to school, you will have a LOT of distrations.
In deciding between Toledo and Indy, I'd weigh in a few factors.... will Toledo cost more than Indy... I know you have a scholarship at Indy, but does it fully offset the out-of-state tuition? What sort of hoops do you have to jump through in order to keep your scholarship at Indy? Do you think you can achieve those marks? How much will it cost you EXTRA if you lose that scholarship? Is the cost-of-living in Indy comparable to that of Toledo, if not figure in the extra cost. Finally, do the placement numbers (average salary and employment percentage) at Indy offset any extra cost you might face by going there? Answer those questions and I think you will be closer to a final decision. It will be a money-gamble no matter where you choose to go but if you are a dynamic individual (which you seem to be), you will succeed regardless of the choice.