In a survey of nearly 3,000 adults younger than 65, about half of the roughly 1,900 who said they spent money on medical care in the previous year reported that they knew in advance what their costs would be.
Episode 8 of the continuing series
Physicians throughout the region were extremely well represented during the 2017 Florida Medical Association Annual Meeting
Fifty-six percent of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to the survey by Merritt Hawkins, a physician recruitment firm
The loss of the payments would be expected to have minimal effect on the number of uninsured people over the next decade
Fifteen percent of the 445 children who received a back to school physical were referred for additional specialty care services
Small-midsize practices are much easier targets to penetrate due to lack of cybersecurity expertise and insufficient budgets
The Affordable Care Act has so far survived Republican attempts to replace it, but many people still face insurance concerns
When generics enter a market, competition can drive prices lower initially. But when prices sink, some companies inevitably stop making their drugs.
New Spec Office Building in Lake Nona Town Center
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