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2015/03/01 13:36
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Florida is scheduled to lose $1 billion in federal health funds at the end of June, a hole in the state budget the Legislature must fill in its upcoming session if a settlement isn't reached between...
2015/03/01 13:36
2015/03/01 13:36
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2015/02/25 12:02
2015/02/25 12:02
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Every so often, it’s good to post some heartening news regarding quackery. After all, after a decade of blogging about this, preceded by five years in the trenches of Usenet battling quackery and...
2015/02/25 10:36
2015/02/25 10:36
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Regulators have approved a new 30-bed nursing home in East Naples, but denied a Pelican Bay assisted living community’s request to convert some private nursing home beds to public use, according to...
2015/02/23 18:21
2015/02/23 18:21
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The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration approved nearly $116 million in new nursing home projects and expansions in Central Florida. Central Florida will get $115.7 million in new nursing...
2015/02/23 17:22
2015/02/23 17:22
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Florida Medical Systems won a four-way contest for state approval to build a nursing home in Miami-Dade County. After state regulators issued a report in 2014 showing there was demand for a new...
2015/02/20 22:03
2015/02/20 22:03
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The spot where Adventist Health System wants to move Florida Hospital Apopka is in the middle of nowhere. But not for long. Concerned the project will soon spawn a torrent of new development, Apopka...
2015/02/20 16:50
2015/02/20 16:50
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... Baptist Health complex planned for North Jacksonville Friday, February 20, 11:31 AM EST Michael Mayo, hospital president of Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, said the first phase will...
2015/02/19 14:03
2015/02/19 14:03
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Want to stay in your own home as you age? More seniors will have that chance through a little-known program that's expanding in South Florida. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or...
2015/02/14 00:33
2015/02/14 00:33
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More than $142 million in funding could be cut from Central Florida hospitals next year if the state and federal government don't agree to extend a program that pays for the care of low-income and...
2015/02/06 22:52
2015/02/06 22:52
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Want to stay in your own home as you age? More seniors will have that chance through a little-known program that's expanding in South Florida. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or...
2015/02/03 11:20
2015/02/03 11:20
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With the deadline looming for people to have health care coverage so as to avoid any penalties from the government, the spotlight has returned to the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare....
2015/02/02 14:27
2015/02/02 14:27
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott greets students Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, at the Florida Gulf Coast University bookstore in Estero, Fla. Scott highlighted his proposal to eliminate the sales tax on college...
2015/01/31 06:26
2015/01/31 06:26
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks to the media during a pre-legislative news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015, in Tallahassee. AP Photo/Steve Cannon TALLAHASSEE — Not long after Gov. Rick Scott...
2015/03/01 13:36
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