Pre-Existing Conditions Complicate Health Care ReplacementThe guarantee of health coverage for people with pre-existing conditions is going to be the hardest part of Obamacare to replace.
Changes Sought In Medicaid Managed Care A Senate Republican has filed a proposal that would revamp Florida's Medicaid managed-care system, including changing how HMOs and other health plans are spread across the state.
Scott Takes Aim At Health Care RegulationsGov. Rick Scott on Tuesday called for eliminating key regulations about building health-care facilities and opening trauma centers.
House Begins Process Of Dismantling 'Obamacare'The House of Representatives took the first step Friday in dismantling the Affordable Care Act, also known as 'Obamacare.'
Johnson & Johnson Plans On Revealing Drug Price IncreasesJohnson & Johnson says they will release the average price increases of its prescription drugs in an attempt to calm the community over soaring prices.
Investigation May Be Coming For Trump Pick Over Stock SalesSenate Democrats are asking the House ethics office to investigate whether one of President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet picks, a congressman, broke any laws while trading stock.
Florida Leads Nation In Obamacare EnrollmentFlorida leads the nation with 1.3 million residents signing up for 2017 coverage under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Nearly 900K Floridians Sign Up For ObamacareWith the deadline to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act's federal marketplace looming, hundreds of thousands of Floridians have already lined up plans.
Judge: State Erred In Miami-Dade Trauma Center DecisionAn administrative law judge has ruled that the Florida Department of Health improperly allowed a Miami-Dade hospital operate an upgraded trauma center amid a legal challenge from competing hospitals.
Court Upholds Medicaid Fraud Convictions Of Four Florida ExecsA federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of four Florida health care executives found guilty in a health care fraud investigation.
Florida Gets Fed Funds To Provide More Primary Care A dozen health centers around the state will be able to offer preventative health services to more low income patients thanks to an additional $11 million in funds from the Obama administration.
House, Senate Ready To Approve Budget PlansLawmakers on both ends of the Capitol worked Wednesday to prepare spending plans for the budget year that begins July 1, with House members squabbling about funding for Planned Parenthood while senators readied a reduction in education property taxes.