Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Vows 'Vigorous' Scrutiny Into Guardianship ProgramFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has vowed to vigorously scrutinize the state's embattled guardianship program following revelations of potential wrongdoing.
Health Care ‘Shared Savings’ Off To Slow StartIf people are willing to shop for cars and homes to save money, they’d be willing to shop around for their health care, right?
Florida's Drug Importation Fight Moves To Washington DCThe battle over whether to allow state programs and Floridians to have access to prescription drugs imported from Canada is now shifting to Washington, D.C.
Florida Lawmakers Sign Off On Health Care ChangesThe Legislature on Monday approved a far-reaching bill that would affect how health care is delivered.
Opening Statements Made In $1 Billion Medicare Fraud CaseA Florida man faces decades in prison if convicted of bribery, kickbacks and false paperwork in a $1 billion effort to fleece Medicare and Medicaid, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Future Of Medicaid Cut Remains Unclear A new era in the Medicaid program will begin Friday when the state eliminates a long-standing policy about paying health-care bills that accumulate while people prepare to apply for coverage.
Judge Rules Against State On Medicaid ContractThe state Agency for Health Care Administration has quickly appealed after a circuit judge ruled that it improperly awarded a Medicaid managed-care contract in Southwest Florida.
DeSantis Health Plan Calls For More ChoicesRepublican gubernatorial nominee Ron DeSantis has released a plan that he promises would help transform Florida’s health-care system.
Gov. Scott Defends Health Care Record In New AdTaken to task about his health care record as he campaigns for a U.S. Senate seat, Governor Rick Scott has launched a new ad to blunt the criticism.
Wasserman Schultz: Quality Affordable Health Care At Stake If Kavanaugh Confirmed During a contentious first day of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee sparred over information.
Health Care, Tech Jobs Top List Of Highest-Paying Work In U.S.Americans eager for a high-paying job might want to focus on two industries: health care and technology.
Justice Department Charges Over 600 People For Health Care FraudThe U.S. Justice Department has announced charges against more than 600 people, including doctors, for taking part in health care frauds.
Florida Pharmacy Owner Gets 13 Years For Health Care FraudHealth care fraud is an issue that continues to cause problems despite efforts on many levels to stop it.
Legal Immigrants Avoiding Health Care Due To Deportation FearsPresident Donald Trump's tough stand on immigration has had an unexpected effect.
Deportation Fears Have Legal Immigrants Avoiding Health CareThe uncertainty in Washington, D.C. as lawmakers work to end the government shutdown is impacting countless lives inside the country.