Hearing Called Off In Abortion Clinic CaseAn administrative law judge has canceled a hearing in the case of a South Florida abortion clinic accused by the state Agency for Health Care Administration of improperly performing second-trimester abortions, records show.
Investigation Into Death Of Woman Removed From HospitalThe state Agency for Health Care Administration has launched an investigation into a small Northwest Florida hospital after the high-profile death of a woman who had been forcibly removed from the facility.
State Sanctions Two More Abortion ClinicsAlleging that they performed second-trimester abortions without proper licenses, Gov. Rick Scott's administration is moving to sanction two more Florida abortion providers --- in addition to Planned Parenthood clinics in Naples, St. Petersburg and Fort Myers already facing potential fines.
Planned Parenthood Seeks Injunction After Abortion AllegationsPlanned Parenthood is asking a judge for an emergency ruling after allegations three of their Florida clinics were performing second- trimester abortions without proper licensing.
Planned Parenthood Fires Back Against State AllegationsPlanned Parenthood is responding to allegations made by Florida Governor Rick Scott's administration saying three clinics did not have the proper licensing to perform second-trimester abortions.
Judge Slams DCF Over Children Not Getting CareFlorida's Department of Children and Families has been notorious for its failures to protect children on its watch. Just this month, in yet the latest tragedy, five year-old Phoebe Jonchuck was thrown to her death from a bridge by her crazed father, despite earlier calls to DCF's hotline that the man was a danger to his children.
Scott Budget Could Trim AHCA JobsGov. Rick Scott could be dialing back the number of positions at the state Agency for Health Care Administration as part of his proposed 2015-16 budget.
State Wants To Make Case Again On Children's Health CarePointing to a new managed-care system and changes stemming from the Affordable Care Act, attorneys for the state are asking a federal judge to dig back into whether Florida properly provides care to children in the Medicaid program.
Florida Files Lawsuit Against VA For Access To HospitalsA lawsuit was filed by Florida officials who were been blocked during attempts to inspect federal Veterans Affairs hospitals in the state.
DOJ Asks: Is Fla. Unnecessarily Placing Disabled Kids In Nursing Homes?Officials from state agencies and the U.S. Department of Justice met Thursday to discuss whether that's the case, which would be a violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Pharmacy Association Fights Medicaid RestrictionsThe Florida Pharmacy Association wants to make sure your pharmacy accepts your Medicare plans and satisfy's your children's medical needs.
Fla. Medicaid Pilot Program Extended For 2 WeeksFlorida’s Agency for Health Care Administration received a two-week reprieve for a controversial Medicaid pilot program that sent patients into managed-care programs, or HMO’s.