Florida Gov. Rick Scott created the nine-member Commission on Healthcare and Hospital Funding to examine public hospital funding and their reliance on taxpayer funds during his contentious negotiations with federal regulators over the renewal of a grant program that pays hospitals for treating uninsured and Medicaid patients.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott created the nine-member Commission on Healthcare and Hospital Funding to examine public hospital funding and their reliance on taxpayer funds during his contentious negotiations with federal regulators over the renewal of a grant program that pays hospitals for treating uninsured and Medicaid patients. Steve Cannon AP
Florida Gov. Rick Scott created the nine-member Commission on Healthcare and Hospital Funding to examine public hospital funding and their reliance on taxpayer funds during his contentious negotiations with federal regulators over the renewal of a grant program that pays hospitals for treating uninsured and Medicaid patients. Steve Cannon AP

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