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Maurice Ferre, who co-founded and sold MAKO Surgical, is now onto other entrepreneurial pursuits, including building another company, investing, mentoring and participating on boards.

    Q&A

    Q&A with Maurice Ferré: What’s next after MAKO?

    Serial entrepreneur Maurice Ferré, who co-founded MAKO Surgical, contemplates his next endeavor now that it has been bought by Stryker for $1.65 billion. He’s starting a robotics program for kids, mentoring, investing and of course innovating.

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Nicole Whitney with her 1-year-old daughter, Ashlyn, whose 12-day hospital stay when she was eight weeks old was covered by a medical bill-sharing plan.

    Healthcare

    Affordable Care Act exemptions mean millions don’t have to sign up

    Exemptions allow medical bill-sharing groups to help members pay costs — without Affordable Care Act insurance.

  • Memorial Regional Hospital’s heart program accredited

    Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood recently earned certification from The Joint Commission, the nation’s largest healthcare accrediting group, for a cardiac therapy program designed to treat patients with end-stage heart failure who are not eligible for a transplant — making Memorial the first hospital in Broward County to receive the designation.

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Jacinto Garrido’s mother died in 2010. Garrido filed a complaint against her doctor.

    Healthcare

    State seeks harsher penalty against Miami physician

    Department of Health officials intend to appeal a final order by the state Board of Medicine, which in June voted to revoke a Miami physician’s license — then minutes later reversed its ruling and reduced the penalty.

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Dr. Bruce Eisenberg, a pediatrician, looks at Jordan Ellison, a patient in his office on Miami Beach. Reimbursement rates for pediatricians in Florida have improved under the Affordable Care Act, but they may revert to their previously levels once ACA funding runs out at the end of this year.

    Affordable Care Act | Florida

    Pediatricians in Florida could see relief from low Medicaid payments

    A possible resolution of a lawsuit against Florida health and child-welfare officials could mean that physicans will receive what they consider to be adequate compensation.

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