President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have hit 50 percent for the first time since the death of Osama bin Laden in a new NBC News/WSJ poll that also showed some potentially bad news for the lingering GOP nomination fight.
A day before the Miami-Dade County Commission discusses health insurance for county workers, a new video criticizing the Miami-Dade mayor’s plan is getting thousands of views on YouTube.
Women on birth control have gotten a long-awaited financial reprieve from the Obama administration Friday.
Humana Medical Plan is challenging nearly $3.4 million in fines that the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has tried to impose in a dispute about reporting suspected Medicaid fraud, according to a case filed last week in the state Division of Administrative Hearings.
A program to help Florida kids who are poor, but not poor enough for Medicaid, is not growing despite a poor economy that’s leaving parents without extra money or, in some cases, jobs and health insurance for their families.
The Sunshine State led the charge against President Obama’s heath care plan, now newly released information shows Florida has the nation’s third highest rate of residents without health insurance.
There’s help for folks struggling to deal with soaring health costs. It’s called a co-pay card.
At a time when the U.S. economy is in turmoil, wouldn’t it be nice to know the cost of your kids healthcare is covered? It can be with the Florida KidCare program.
Private health insurers inaccurately reported how much they spent on patient care and owe Florida health officials $3.1 million in refunds for a government children’s health care program, according to a recent federal report.
Everybody is trying to cut skyrocketing health care costs, including the University of Florida. In a first for the state, President Bernie Machen wants to opt-out of the State health insurance program for employees, and run one just for the University.