Medicaid, Florida KidCare Get Mixed GradesManaged-care plans that participate in Medicaid and the Florida KidCare program received mixed grades on a “scorecard” released Thursday by the Trump administration.
Broward Emergency, Health Officials Talk Zika Preps & PreventionBroward Emergency Management and health officials held a meeting to talk about Zika prevention and preparedness.
State Moves Forward With Medical Pot Despite ChallengesDespite mounting license challenges, Florida health officials are holding to a deadline for the state's first medical marijuana businesses to seek permission to begin growing non-euphoric cannabis.
Rejected Medical Pot Applications Likely To Be ChallengedEven before selecting five nurseries to become Florida's first legal pot producers, Department of Health officials will face a challenge from at least one grower whose application was tossed out because it was late.
Nurseries Seek Piece Of New Pot IndustryFlorida health officials say they've received 28 applications for firms wanting to cultivate and distribute non-euphoric cannabis.
Florida House Votes To Keep Low Health Insurance PremiumsA bill passed by the Florida House means thousands of state workers will continue to pay low health insurance premiums.
Health Officials Warn Of Possibly Deadly Bacteria In BeachesFlorida Health officials are warning residents of a bacteria found in beaches that could have some deadly consequences.
Gov. Scott Back In DC, Seeking Support In Obamacare FightFlorida Governor Rick Scott was back in Washington, D.C. Tuesday slamming federal health officials for denying his request to extend federal hospital funds.
Water Advisory Issued For Middle River In Ft. LauderdaleCity of Fort Lauderdale and Broward health officials issued a precautionary advisory for South Fork of the Middle River on Saturday.
Bill Passed To Let Dying Patients Try Experimental DrugsA bill that would allow terminally ill patients to try experimental drugs is headed to Florida Governor Rick Scott.
DOH Confirms Another Case Of Measles In FloridaFlorida health officials have confirmed another case of the measles in the state.
Health Officials Confirm Measles Case St. Lucie County ChildA case of the measles has been confirmed in St. Lucie County.
DOH Warns Of Toxic Chemical In Henna Tattoos Florida's Department of Health is warning spring breakers about a toxic chemical inside ink used for temporary tattoos called henna tattoos.
Florida Has Highest Number Of Enrollees Under Health LawFlorida has become the state with the highest number of people buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Sunday Last Day To Sign Up For Health InsuranceThose wanting to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act should do so before or on Sunday.