A federal judge ruled Friday that the so-called “morning after pills” must be sold over the counter at pharmacies without any age restrictions.
Making health care more affordable for more Floridians and the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act will be the main focus of a meeting Monday between Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
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.
Although he recently softened his opposition to the looming health care mandate, Gov. Rick Scott is concerned the costs of a state health exchange could end up being greater than early estimates.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Miami has joined other Catholic institutions nationwide in challenging the Obama administration over birth control.
More than 30 South Florida healthcare professionals were rounded up and charged with submitting $200 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare.
Dozens of South Floridians have been rounded up and charged with Medicare fraud as part of a nationwide crackdown.
Women on birth control have gotten a long-awaited financial reprieve from the Obama administration Friday.
A massive nationwide Medicare fraud bust included arrests in South Florida. Thursday, federal authorities charged more than 100 doctors, nurses and physical therapists in nine cities, including Miami, with Medicare fraud, part of a national bust that snared more suspects than any other in history.
New security measures announced Monday will combat Medicare fraud will include tougher screenings for providers and the ability to withhold payments during investigations.