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Nearly 100 organizations coming to the 2022 Florida State of Reform Health Policy Conference

Matt Beuschlein | May 10, 2022 | Florida

With the 2022 Florida State of Reform Health Policy Conference coming up next week, we wanted to share the list of nearly 100 organizations that will be attending our event. It's an impressive list and one that we're honored to host and convene on May 18th! We are looking forward...[ Read More ]

DCF announces robust child and family well-being initiative to better support families

| May 9, 2022 | Florida

Department of Children and Families (Department) Secretary Shevaun Harris announced last weed the creation of a Family Navigator initiative to enhance the safety and well-being of Florida children after a report of potential child abuse or neglect. After reviewing past child welfare cases and reports to determine commonalities and further...[ Read More ]

5 Things Florida: Health care workforce, Care for elders, Community partnerships

| May 6, 2022 | Florida

We are now less than two weeks out from the 2022 Florida State of Reform Health Policy Conference! We’re thrilled to be able to bring you 2 keynotes, 15 breakout sessions, and close to 60 curated speakers who will talk through some of the most pressing issues facing Florida's health care system. In...[ Read More ]

DeSantis Administration announces $502.7 million dollars in HCBS enhanced funding for approved applicants

| Apr 26, 2022 | Florida

Last Tuesday, the Agency for Health Care Administration and Agency for Persons with Disabilities announced the approval of up to $502.7 million in Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) funding to be distributed to eligible providers. “From the beginning of his administration, Governor DeSantis has led the charge amongst the nation’s...[ Read More ]

Florida Institute for Health Innovation seeking Medicaid focus group participants

| Apr 20, 2022 | Florida

The Florida Institute for Health Innovation (FIHI), a health policy and research nonprofit, is currently recruiting participants for a series of Medicaid focus groups in late April. FIHI is collaborating with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and Mathematica on these compensated focus groups for the project “Assessing RWJF’s Efforts...[ Read More ]

Florida faces dual health coverage crisis at end of PHE

| Apr 15, 2022 | Florida

Florida is one of the states that will be hit hardest next year if increased premium tax credits (PTCs) from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) are not renewed, according to a new report from the Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Without action from the state, millions of Floridians...[ Read More ]