Florida Health Care
The families of four Florida children with special health-care needs have filed a challenge to a new state process that removed them from a program providing services to medically fragile kids.
A House panel on Tuesday approved a proposal that would eliminate key regulations when it comes to building hospitals.
House Republicans seemed poised to vote down the Senate’s Medicaid expansion bill.
Some Florida groups have come to the defense of the Obama administration in a lawsuit filed by Florida Governor Rick Scott over a health-care battle.
Amid a battle over hospital funding, a panel created by Florida Governor Rick Scott will meet next week at the Capitol.
Gov. Rick Scott on Monday appointed nine people — none of them hospital executives, and only one of whom appears to have significant medical experience — to a commission meant to examine the economics of health care and hospitals in Florida.
The Obama administration is spending $5 million to fund 10 new community health centers in the Sunshine State.
Amid the battle to pass a new budget, Florida Governor Rick Scott said no agreement has been reached with the Obama administration on health care financing issues.
The appointment of a Florida health official in Governor Rick Scott’s administration is in limbo.
Trying to build momentum amid continued opposition from House leaders, a Senate panel Tuesday approved a plan that would expand health coverage to an estimated 800,000 low-income Floridians.