Florida Lawmakers Weigh Medicaid Work RequirementsFlorida lawmakers are considering requiring an estimated 500,000 Medicaid beneficiaries to work or show they are trying to get jobs to keep their health-care benefits.
Florida House Seeks Changes To Lower Health CostsFlorida House Speaker Jose Oliva on Tuesday promised that his chamber would focus on lowering health-care costs, seeking to change how and where health providers can work.
Healthcare Issue Is 'Five-Alarm Fire' Says Florida House Speaker Jose OlivaFlorida House Speaker Jose Oliva on Tuesday made his case during an address on the opening day of the legislative session, urging the House to pursue a fiscally conservative agenda by tackling rising health-care costs and “great excesses” in the state university system.
'Costs Of Healthcare Are A Runaway Train': Florida House Speaker Jose Oliva On CBS4Florida's incoming House Speaker Jose Oliva will have plenty on his plate during the 60-day legislative session including the issue of healthcare in the Sunshine state.
Gov. DeSantis Makes Healthcare Announcement From Memorial Regional HospitalFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis paid a visit to Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood to discuss what he is doing in an effort to reform Florida healthcare.
Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care ActA federal judge in Texas said on Friday that the Affordable Care Act's individual coverage mandate is unconstitutional and that the rest of the law must also fall.
Florida Health Insurers Want Lowest Obamacare Premiums EverFlorida insurers selling health insurance under the Affordable Care Act requested the lowest premium hikes
Congressional Candidate David Richardson On Donna Shalala, Healthcare And CubaTrailing in his bid to win a Congressional seat, Democratic State Rep. David Richardson has sharpened his attacks on front-runner Donna Shalala, but denies his campaign is simply a series of negative attacks on his rival.
Almost Half Of US Families Can't Afford Basics Like Rent And FoodNearly 51 million households don't earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, childcare, healthcare, transportation and a cell phone, according to a study released Thursday by the United Way ALICE Project. That's 43% of households in the United States.
Goldman Sachs Asks 'Is Curing Patients A Sustainable Business Model?'Turning the search for medical remedies into a numbers game, analyst Salveen Richter called potential "one shot cures" a bad business decision that will hurt a company's bottom line.
Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Want To Tackle Healthcare CostsAmazon, JPMorgan and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway say they are entering the healthcare sector to battle skyrocketing costs.
Burn Thanksgiving Calories With Free AvMed Rides On Nov. 25AvMed Rides powered by Broward B-cycle is offering free 60-minute bike rentals in Broward County on Nov. 25
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Bipartisan Deal Could Extend Healthcare SubsidiesPresident Donald Trump has expressed initial support for a bi-partisan plan for healthcare which keeps several Affordable Care Act subsidies, even though he used his executive powers to strike them down last week.
Trump Cutting Obamacare Insurance SubsidiesPresident Donald Trump has taken another step to rollback Obamacare.