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  • Florida Hospital explores bionic smart foot sensors

    Florida Hospital explores bionic smart foot sensors
    Florida Hospital has teamed up with REFLX Labs to see how they can improve pediatric rehabilitation and healing using bionic foot sensors. FEFLX Labs is the creator of Boogio Bionic Foot Sensors, a wearable technology that captures body movements from...
  • Federal officials give tentative nod to Medicaid funds key to state budget battle

    Federal officials give tentative nod to Medicaid funds key to state budget battle
    TALLAHASSEE – Federal officials on Thursday made a preliminary $1 billion offer for a Florida health care program that could prove vital to resolving the state’s budget crisis. But the funding is less than half of what the state has...
  • Orlando Health faces $5M lawsuit over FICA refunds

    Orlando Health faces $5M lawsuit over FICA refunds
    Orlando Health was targeted in a federal lawsuit Monday alleging the hospital system failed to pursue more than $5 million in refunds for medical residents. According to the lawsuit, the system failed to seek refunds of Social Security and Medicare...
  • Gov. Scott's clock ticking for hospital data call

    Gov. Scott's clock ticking for hospital data call
    TALLAHASSEE – As of 1 p.m. Monday, the deadline for hospitals to submit financial data requested by Gov. Rick Scott, no numbers have been given to his administration. Scott spokeswoman Jackie Schutz said no numbers have been submitted, even though...
  • Budget bargain in the works but local hospitals, pols nervous

    Budget bargain in the works but local hospitals, pols nervous
    TALLAHASSEE – House and Senate leaders are edging closer to formally calling lawmakers back for a special session to solve the budget dispute, but the ripple effect of the bruising political fight over health care has hospitals on edge and local...
  • Scott makes moves in health-care battle

    Scott makes moves in health-care battle
    TALLAHASSEE — After a legislative session where he largely stayed out of the health-care battle consuming the House and Senate, Gov. Rick Scott spurred to action Tuesday, vowing to examine hospital finances and to meet with federal officials to...
  • Florida legislators push bills tied to their private jobs

    During the recently-concluded legislative session, Senate President Andy Gardiner constantly warned about the threat to the state's hospitals if they were to lose more than $1 billion that now comes from the federal government. There's a good reason...
  • Grace Medical Home turns five

    Grace Medical Home turns five
    Grace Medical Home, a facility for the low-income working uninsured, turned 5 on Wednesday. Set in a modest one-story building in Orlando, the medical home has managed to bring together two competing hospitals, obtain a national Patient-Centered Medical...
  • LYMMO Lime Line launches on Thursday, offering new bus routes

    LYMMO Lime Line launches on Thursday, offering new bus routes
    On Thursday, the city of Orlando adds another option for local commuters who are tired of being in their car. “We’re going to launch the LYMMO Lime line at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 14,” Mayor Buddy Dyer announced at the May 4 City...
  • Local lawmakers in thick of health-care fight

    Local lawmakers in thick of health-care fight
    TALLAHASSEE — Central Florida lawmakers are the primary targets of interest groups waging the battle over whether to expand federal health care for 800,000 low-income Floridians, with Democrats in particular hoping to use the issue to bolster...
  • Gov. Scott hospital inquiry takes shape

    Gov. Scott hospital inquiry takes shape
    TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott appointed nine people Monday to a panel looking into hospital finances he believes will help end Florida’s budget gridlock, but just one member has experience in the health care field. Carlos Beruff, a board...