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  • Corbett tours Coordinated Health

     
    Coordinated Health sees around 600,000 patients a year. On Tuesday, that number beecame 600,000 patients and one governor. Gov. Tom Corbett dropped in on the Highland Avenue campus in Hanover Township, Northampton County. Corbett sat in a private...
  • CFO: 1st PIP filing may have created disappointment

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers passed massive changes to the states no-fault auto insurance policy this past spring, promising that rates would go down. The new law said insurers must reduce rates by 10 percent Oct. 1 or explain why they could not do so....
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: Justices fight back, license plates and Bill Nelson

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Tuesday. Here are the top stories we're reading. * The Orlando Sentinel chronicles the words of three Supreme Court Justices to the Sentinel's editorial board. * Tampa Bay Times reports that the Cabinet is...
  • Resources for Citizens takeout customers

     
    Did you get a letter from a private insurer saying they'd be taking over your Citizens policy on Nov. 6? If so, you can find a bunch of links and resources (Q&As, details on the private companies) that I got......
  • Business lobbyists say they’re confident Chris Dorworth will stay with them on tort reform

     
    Business lobbyists say they expect future House Speaker Chris Dorworth will continue to support restrictions on lawsuits as he gains more power in Tallahassee, even though Florida’s trial lawyers have helped the Lake Mary Republican in his re-...
  • Boy Scouts face big payouts over sex abuse files, experts say

     
    The Boy Scouts of America face signficant legal exposure over sexual abuse claims, expert said. The Scouts this week released 1,200 confidential files on suspected sexual abuse from past decades. Experts said it's to early to determine how large...
  • Ethics group, ex-insurance advocate blast Citizens

     
    TALLAHASSEE — An ethics watchdog group and the former state insurance consumer advocate Monday sent Gov. Rick Scott a public letter asking him to take a closer look at Citizens' Property Insurance and its decision to shutter the office that...
  • Guilty: 3 staged OC car crash to collect insurance money

     
    Three people in Orange County were convicted and sentenced Thursday for their part in staging a 2008 auto accident and filing insurance claims for injuries and vehicle damage that totaled more than 60,000, prosecutors said....
  • Top staff begin to leave prison receiver's office

     
    As a federally appointed receiver begins to returns pieces of prison medical care to the state, he has his own office to unwind. J. Clark Kelso said most of the state civil service workers in his employ will transfer to......
  • Healthcare reform to put local clinics to test [Google+ hangout]

     
    Times reporter Anna Gorman will join City Editor Shelby Grad at 1 p.m. to discuss local clinics, which serve as a medical safety nets that help fill the unmet needs of poor, uninsured and chronically ill patients in struggling rural......
  • Local clinics brace for more patients as healthcare reform takes effect

     
    Theresa Day, 50, had been waiting two hours for her appointment at the To Help Everyone Clinic, a community fixture at 38th Street and Western Avenue for more than 30 years....
  • Tom Hanks among alleged fraud victims of indicted insurance broker

     
    Actor Tom Hanks is among four victims of a Thousand Oaks insurance agent arrested after a federal grand jury indicted him for mail fraud, alleging he overbilled clients more than $800,000....