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Medicaid coverage gap looms for many uninsured in Florida
Florida Today
Nearly two in three uninsured low-income people who would qualify for subsidized coverage under President Barack Obama's healthcare law may be out of luck next year because their states have not expanded Medicaid. Florida is among those.
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Nurse anesthetist sentenced to prison for hepatitis C outbreak
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nurse anesthetist Keith Mathahs was recently sentenced to 28 to 72 months in prison for his role in the 2007 hepatitis C outbreak. Marshals handcuffed Mathahs and led him out of the courtroom after District Judge Valerie Adair handed out the sentence. Mathahs, 77, pleaded guilty in December to five criminal counts, including criminal neglect of patients resulting in death, insurance fraud and conspiracy to commit racketeering.
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Florida hospital plans to move, expand Apopka campus
Orlando Sentinel
Florida Hospital's corporate parent has acquired 38 acres just east of State Road 429 with plans to relocate its medical campus in downtown Apopka to the new site. The hospital, which plans to break ground for construction in the spring of 2015, would double the number of beds at Florida Hospital Apopka from 50 to 100 and plant its flag in the middle of Central Florida's next growth corridor, said Joe Kilsheimer, an Apopka city councilman.
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Genetic advances could alter perception of postoperative pain
Anesthesiology News
Backed by encouraging initial study findings, anesthesiology researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine are forging ahead with genetic trials that could considerably change the way some clinicians perceive patients with high postoperative analgesia requirements.
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