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Tallahassee Democrat: Chris Nuland: Medical records fee change is sensible

Next month, the Florida Board of Medicine will consider a rule change that would simplify the fees charged by physicians for the reproduction of medical records, by allowing hospitals and physicians to charge the same amount for medical records. It’s a sensible step that would eliminate the confusing tiered and differential pricing system currently in […]

Palm Beach Post: Private firm courting West Palm Beach’s water system

A New England-based firm says it wants to be the water provider for West Palm Beach, building a new plant on the coast to replace the city’s 120-year-old complex. New England-based Poseidon Resources, in talks with both elected officials and city staff, has proposed building a plant on property near the Florida Power & Light […]

Palm Beach Post: Point of View: Scotts trying to do its part to clean Florida waters

In the nearly 150 years we’ve been here, ScottsMiracle-Gro has worked to fulfill its mission to provide products that allow people to express themselves in the great outdoors – everything from tending gardens and growing produce to cultivating rare flowers and managing their lawns. But this year, we’re doing something different. With Florida’s waters, especially […]

Highlands Today: Florida should allow pharmacists to administer more vaccines

Guest column By Cary Pigman August is National Immunization Awareness Month, a good time to remind people of all ages of the importance of staying up-to-date on their immunizations. But it is not enough to give the reminder. We must be sure everyone has convenient access to vaccines. That is why I believe we need […]

Palm Beach Post: Commentary: Reinsurance a smart bet for Citizens, Cat Fund

By Bill Newton Sometimes our memories are shorter than they ought to be. No kidding, you say? Seriously, every year, we’re are told to “get a plan,” harden our homes, and stock up on hurricane supplies. And, for eight years and counting we have been missed by major hurricanes. Little by little, Floridians begin to […]

Context Florida: Chris Nuland: The accurate information about medical-record fees

For about the last two years, the Florida Board of Medicine (BOM) has been evaluating a rule change that would simplify the fees charged by physicians for the reproduction of medical records. While the proposed rule change is not inherently controversial, many Florida personal injury attorneys are trying to make a controversy out of it […]

SunshineStateNews: Seismic Surveys off Florida’s Coast Will Aid Economy, National Security

By: Nicolás Gutiérrez If you have paid attention to the news lately, you have no doubt seen the tensions, civil war and terrorist attacks facing many countries around the world. What many of these countries have in common is a major influence on the production or transportation of oil and natural gas, which is essential to […]

Sunshine State News: Florida Colleges Get Top Ranks for Being Vet-Friendly, Overall Academic Excellence

Six Florida colleges and universities earned top distinction from U.S. News & World Report in a report on the nation’s best colleges released Tuesday. The schools, which are all part of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida, made high marks for their veteran-friendly policies and their overall academic successes. To determine the best colleges […]

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