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State Seeks Public Input on Medicaid Overhaul

A planned overhaul of Medicaid in Florida begins Friday with a week of public hearings around the state. Meetings will be held in Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Gardens, and Tampa on June 16th. WLRN Miami Herald Reporter Gina Jordan has more.

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Can't Take It Anymore

The hearings will be a sham and only serve to fool the public into thinking they had some say in the Medicaid "reform" that is simply designed to line the pockets of a new category of middlemen. The fact is that health care continues to to grow so fast is that there are so many middlemen now between patients and their health care providers. Go buy a state legislator, get a far better ROI than on a CD!

Can't Take It Anymore

The hearings will be a sham and only serve to fool the public into thinking they had some say in the Medicaid "reform" that is simply designed to line the pockets of a new category of middlemen. The fact is that health care continues to to grow so fast is that there are so many middlemen now between patients and their health care providers. Go buy a state legislator, get a far better ROI than on a CD!

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