Those who purchase health insurance through the federal government exchange could see a substantial increase in their premiums next year.
A rare June special session began Monday with legislative leaders promising to get done with the unfinished business left over from their annual spring meeting: passing a spending plan for the budget year that begins July 1.
The Florida Senate floated a health care coverage plan in an effort to break the logjam over extending coverage to hundreds of thousands of Floridians.
The Senate is set to take up a controversial health expansion plan during a special legislative session next month.
A top federal official told Florida it can likely expect $1 billion in the budget year, that begins July 1, for a key health-care program known as the Low Income Pool, according to a letter dated Thursday.
A 2-day conference is shinning a light on national healthcare and the legacy of President Harry S. Truman.
A congressional hearing is planned to address the healthcare funding feud between Florida Governor Rick Scott and the Obama administration.
Florida Governor Rick Scott was back in Washington, D.C. Tuesday slamming federal health officials for denying his request to extend federal hospital funds.
It’s hard to imagine Gov. Rick Scott was ever a supporter of “Obamacare.” But following his mother’s death, Scott had dropped his objections to President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Legislative leaders are set to meet for a special session to find a compromise on Florida’s budget.