As the Florida Legislature’s 2013 regular session was winding down Friday, both house finally passed the state’s $74.5 billion budget. The massive budget was sent to Florida Governor Rick Scott for his signature.
What does ObamaCare mean for you? The more you understand, the better you’ll fare.
As Gov. Rick Scott and state lawmakers get ready to decide whether to extend health insurance to nearly 1 million Floridians as part of the federal health care overhaul, they may want to consider what a great deal they get on insurance for their families.
Two of the five worst-run cities in America are right here in South Florida.
Sunshine State residents are doing anything but take in the sunshine, according to a new health study.
Gov. Rick Scott ranked 43rd in Modern Healthcare’s list of the 100 most influential people in health care. A second Floridian also placed in the Top 100.
5 people at Deco International Security Corporation in South Beach are lucky to have a job. What they don’t have is health insurance, because their boss didn’t think he could afford it. Now, that’s about to change.
As the Supreme Court prepares to release its long awaited decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act; the nation’s largest insurer isn’t waiting to announce it will keep at least two key provisions of the health care reform law.
Miami-Dade teachers who received “Race to the Top” merit pay bonuses will be allowed to keep the money following a contract re-ratification vote on Tuesday.
There’s a big vote planned Tuesday for the Miami-Dade Teachers Union. Teachers are going to re-vote on contract ratifications. There are three measures teachers will be voting on; “Race to the Top” bonus plans, health insurance, and teacher evaluations.