Pointing to a new managed-care system and changes stemming from the Affordable Care Act, attorneys for the state are asking a federal judge to dig back into whether Florida properly provides care to children in the Medicaid program.
In the race for U.S. Congress for District 26, the nasty ads are plastered all over social media and TV.
Of the 984,000 Floridians who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, nearly half were from South Florida.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
The University of South Florida is one of just three organizations in the state who will receive federal funds to help people sign up for health insurance during the second enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act.
Florida and Texas have the largest numbers of immigrants in the nation who bought health insurance through the Affordable Care Act and could lose their coverage if they don’t send in proof they are legally in the U.S.
Normally, this would be the point where Gov. Rick Scott would turn his attention to former Gov. Charlie Crist, the newly approved Democratic nominee. After a primary season that was merely a formality for Scott, and only marginally less so for Crist, the incumbent Republican would unleash his financial advantage on his Democratic challenger.
Nearly 100,000 thousand people in Florida who signed up for insurance through the Affordable Health Care marketplace could lose their coverage next month unless they can prove they are U.S. citizens.
The Medicaid expansion under President Barack Obama’s health law is becoming a major issue in the 2014 gubernatorial race.
For journalists, a politician in campaign mode can be a very tough interview. Disciplined candidates will stay on message, no matter what. Sometimes, you’ll expose a side of them that voters don’t get to see in their scripted appearances and campaign ads.