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2015/04/24 20:03
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TALLAHASSEE – With billions in taxpayer funds on the line, Central Florida hospitals and the working poor and uninsured remain stuck in limbo as lawmakers continue to haggle over health care coverage...
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2015/04/21 19:50
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LEONARD PITTS Off the mark I believe the Times-Union needs to remove Leonard Pitts from its list of columnists. I disagree with many of Pitts’ columns. But that is not the reason to remove him;...
2015/04/18 20:50
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When Sharon Schmidt found out she was pregnant with her first child, there was no question that she would deliver in a hospital. And while the birth was a success — both mother and baby were healthy —...
2015/04/17 20:50
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Note to readers: The following letter was sent to Justin Senior, deputy secretary for Medicaid, in the Agency for Health Care Administration. Dear Deputy Secretary Senior: I am writing to follow up...
2015/04/14 21:09
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By: Associated PressApril 14, 2015 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Republicans who control the Florida Senate are starting to question how serious the administration of Gov. Rick Scott was in trying to win...
2015/04/12 13:50
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TALLAHASSEE | If Florida doesn’t find a way to continue a program that helps hospitals treat uninsured patients, UF Health Jacksonville could cease to exist, its administrators and community...
2015/04/11 01:26
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The only noise inside Compassionate Care Hospice's once-bustling office Friday were the sounds of papers being packed up. "Today is our last day of operation," said program director Peter...
2015/04/07 22:31
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In another sign of growing tension about a Senate plan to expand health coverage for low-income Floridians, a Senate committee Tuesday tabled the confirmation of state Surgeon General John Armstrong...
2015/04/07 21:22
2015/04/07 21:22
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A local hospice care provider has started to shut down. It's making the move as the result of a paperwork dispute. The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has ruled that it didn't receive...
2015/04/07 09:51
2015/04/07 09:51
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TALLAHASSEE – The fight over expanding Medicaid to cover 800,000 more people in Florida took another twist Monday, as a statement released by Gov. Rick Scott hinting at his opposition to expansion set...
2015/04/03 23:07
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TALLAHASSEE — In Florida's budget battle, there's an 800-pound gorilla in the emergency room. The House and Senate are divided on how to tackle two issues related to Medicaid, resulting in a $4.2...
2015/04/02 21:49
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Federal health officials say they're still negotiating with the state over the potential loss of more than $1 billion for state hospitals, despite accusations that talks were...
2015/04/01 22:36
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NAPLES, Fla - The Aristocrat nursing home in North Naples has settled disciplinary action with state authorities for failure to care for a 90-year-old man who was left outside for hours in the hot sun...
2015/04/01 15:03
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TALLAHASSEE – The House and Senate are detailing their budgets today before passing them off the floor, setting up what could be a weekslong showdown between the two chambers over Medicaid...
2015/03/31 21:13
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... - Amid growing budget discord that could derail this year's session of the Florida Legislature, Senate President Andy Gardiner dispatched two top Republican senators to Washington to talk with...
2015/04/24 20:03
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