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Publisher’s Note: ACA update … Florida residents get to keep their subsidies

WITH MORE THAN 1.4 million people in Florida enrolled in the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., Obamacare) through the federal exchange at www.healthcare.gov, and 94 percent of them receiving subsidies to

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Publisher’s Note: Florida passes California in healthcare signups

According to federal statistics released on Wednesday, February 18, our state has surpassed California with the highest number of people purchasing health insurance under the plans available through the Affordable

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PCMA President’s Column: Major topics in the healthcare industry

IN THIS EDITION of Central Florida Doctor magazine, we’ll address some of major topics of concern under the healthcare finance umbrella. Some of these topics include HIPAA safety, reducing liability

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Publisher’s Note: Healthcare.gov open enrollment ends February 15

If you do not have health insurance, and you’re not sure how to get it, you need to make it a priority to look at your options on Healthcare.gov — the

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Publisher’s Note: Affordable Care Act update

As 2013 comes to a close, we can expect major changes to our nation’s healthcare system next year under The Affordable Care Act (ACA). But amidst the inevitable confusion, many

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Beware of ACA scams

  As of October 1 until March 31, 2014, uninsured residents will be able to go to a federal website to shop for insurance plans and coverage under the Affordable

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The ‘Get Covered America’ initiative kicks off in Tampa

In order to help raise public awareness about the new health insurance benefits and healthcare options available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a national campaign called “Get Covered America”

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Healthcare report

 Three Things You Need to Consider About the Affordable Care Act The next phase of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—PPACA—is soon to begin, and some people are understandably

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Publisher’s Note: Relevant topics for Central Florida

In this edition we have an article that discusses three things you need to consider about the Affordable Care Act (ACA). I mentioned last month that as of October 1,