Tuesday, June 18, 2019
“Current law prevents servicemembers and their families from seeking justice when hurt or killed due to medical malpractice,” said Crist on Wednesday.
“I am proud of the team we have assembled to lead our agencies, which include some of the brightest minds and leaders our state and nation have to offer,” said DeSantis.
"May is Mental Health Month and it should inspire us to think about family, community relationships, and our growing disconnectedness".
“I was pleased the Rules Committee took the first step in exchanging ideas on how we move toward universal health coverage,” said Shalala. “We’ve embraced big ideas in the past—like Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act—and I am committed to listening to ways we can dramatically improve access to health coverage in this country."
These legislative updates track state policy regarding HB 1299, the bill which includes seven preemptions, and other Florida House and Senate bills.
When a child becomes sick or injured, families look to Florida’s children’s hospitals for care — in South Florida, families turn to Nicklaus Children’s. We are one of four specialty-licensed, freestanding children’s hospitals operating in the state of Florida...
Towards the end of last week, Mast unveiled the “Hepatitis Exposure Prevention Act” (HEPA) which will “increase access to the hepatitis A vaccination by directing the Secretary of Health and Human Services to administer the vaccine for free in communities designated by the governor of a state as at risk of a hepatitis A outbreak.”
"The suggestion that 'Medicare for All' would save money is surely an example of a pipe dream promoted by politicians seeking votes."
“It’s clear Representative Ocasio-Cortez has never dealt with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or relied on them for care. If she had, she would know that their system is in dire need of reform" said Steube.
“His plan would illegalize private insurance, kicking 180,000,000 Americans off their current plans. And in a recent poll, public support for Bernie’s socialist healthcare takeover is at just 13 percent," Rubio added. “Don’t expect to hear that from the media.”