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Orlando Health

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  • Implanted device helps monitor heart failure

    Implanted device helps monitor heart failure
    Local hospitals are starting to use a new dime-sized sensor that is implanted in patients with heart failure and allows data to be transmitted to doctors.
  • Bob Carr, wage theft and mental health: Letters

    Bob Carr, wage theft and mental health: Letters
    Bob Carr's demise Monday evening, we were entertained by a one-night event, "In The Mood," at the Bob Carr Theater. Considering the big-band sound, the singers and dancers, I rate the group an "A." The Bob Carr? A solid "D." Orlando likes to think...

    Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors

    Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors
    TALLAHASSEE — As Florida grows and gets more gray, a shortage of physicians in certain specialty areas could strain the health-care system, leading to longer wait times, lower-quality care and higher costs. That's the conclusion of a study released...

    Orlando Health officials fret over physician shortage

    Orlando Health officials fret over physician shortage
    TALLAHASSEE - Florida is growing and greying. That could lead to a shortage of physicians in certain specialty areas of medicine that would put a strain on the health care system in central Florida, leading to longer wait times, lower quality care and...

    Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial

    Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial
    Gov. Rick Scott's budget proposal may have sprung a leak this week. A top federal health official said the Obama administration was not planning to pony up $1.3 billion next year, which Scott had banked on, to extend a program that reimburses hospitals in...