Gov. Rick Scott’s trip to Washington D.C. in search of a way to plug Florida’s hospital funding shortfall didn’t pay off. Scott met with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Wednesday morning to talk about renewing a $2.2 billion hospital funding program for Florida. HHS has told Florida the program is being phased out. Afterward, Scott told reporters “we don’t have a resolution” to the funding dispute.
Gov. Rick Scott’s trip to Washington D.C. in search of a way to plug Florida’s hospital funding shortfall didn’t pay off. Scott met with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Wednesday morning to talk about renewing a $2.2 billion hospital funding program for Florida. HHS has told Florida the program is being phased out. Afterward, Scott told reporters “we don’t have a resolution” to the funding dispute. Florida Governor’s Office
Gov. Rick Scott’s trip to Washington D.C. in search of a way to plug Florida’s hospital funding shortfall didn’t pay off. Scott met with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Wednesday morning to talk about renewing a $2.2 billion hospital funding program for Florida. HHS has told Florida the program is being phased out. Afterward, Scott told reporters “we don’t have a resolution” to the funding dispute. Florida Governor’s Office

Gov. Rick Scott talks with feds over healthcare funding crisis — and comes up empty

May 06, 2015 01:50 PM

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