State Politics

November 19, 2015 7:32 PM

Florida House moves forward with its own free-market healthcare ideas

One proposal would eliminate certificates of need for new or expanding hospitals

Another bill would let patients pay doctors directly for office visits, vaccinations

A third bill would allow facilities that are not hospitals care for patients after surgery for up to 72 hours

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