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Sep21

Extension of Statewide Medicaid for Florida Approved through 2022

by Celia Morales

On August 3, 2017, federal officials in Florida approved a five-year extension of a statewide Medicaid managed care program and agreed on a $1.5 billion pool of funding to help with charity care. The state submitted a request to extend Florida’s Managed Medicaid Assistance (MMA) program through a CMS section 1115 demonstration waiver. The request […]

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Jul12

Future of Concierge Medicine

by Carolina Diaz

If you’ve ever wished for more time during your regular doctor’s appointments or wanted to email your physician a question after designated hours, an increasing number of doctors are now offering additional access to added services. In what is referred to as direct primary care or concierge medicine, your doctor provides additional services when you […]

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Jun15

Three Health Care Trends that will Prevail even without the Affordable Care Act

by Carolina Diaz

Last month, House Republicans voted to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Subsequently, Republicans in the Senate began working on their own legislation. The latest Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis of the American Health Care Act passed by the House of Representative suggests that Republicans in the Senate have some work to do […]

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