The likelihood of primary care doctors who referred patients to specialist has increased, but how a physician may hear about specialists may come as a surprise to some patients.
Millions of people across the U.S., including South Florida, can now enroll for coverage in the new government-run online health insurance exchanges but many encountered snarled web traffic and technical glitches during Tuesday’s big launch.
After years of build-up, the Affordable Care Act’s main component, insurance exchanges, went live at midnight Tuesday.
Christmas Eve 2009 was they day when the U.S. Senate passed the Affordable Care Act along party lines; Democrats for it and Republicans against it. Four years later—and a lot of political fighting—the same is still true.
Miami-Dade County is joining Broward County in a move to ignore Governor Rick Scott’s decision to ban healthcare navigators from state health department buildings.
Darlene O’Neil just saw a doctor at a mobile health clinic for the first time in months after dropping her health coverage six months ago because she could no longer afford it. Soon, a team of local student doctors, nurses, lawyers and social workers led by a doctor will visit her home for monthly follow-up care to help the 46-year-old her manage her blood pressure because she’s at high-risk for diabetes.
Games like Farmville, Angry Birds and Words with Friends are fun, but they aren’t as beneficial as a new group of online games that target your health.
Returning Monday after a week off, Congress will have just five days to save South Florida hospitals from losing $368 million.
Gaping healthcare disparities and skyhigh diabetes rates are among the disturbing findings in a “state of black Broward” health report released Thursday.
While President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner work on a deal to keeps Americans from falling off a fiscal cliff come January, Gov. Rick Scott has another issue on his mind. Healthcare.