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Dr. Shayan Vyas at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando meets with Alyssa Grimes and 5-year-old Zach via a Skype-like application. Photo: Nemours Childrens Hospital
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Will The Florida Legislature Regulate Telehealth?


Florida doctors are already practicing telehealth without a regulatory system in place, but most insurance companies don’t cover the visits. Some telehealth supporters are drafting proposals that state lawmakers could consider during regular session in January, but so far, none have passed muster.
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Florida Museum Calls Psychiatry “Industry Of Death”


“Think psychiatry has nothing to do with you? Think again. The whole field of psychiatry has gotten into every facet of your life.” That scary voice is just one of many you’ll hear when you walk inside the modest storefront museum in downtown Clearwater, sponsored by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights. The group, founded by the Church of Scientology, calls the museum “Psychiatry: Industry of Death.”
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Supreme Court: Florida can keep Obamacare subsidies


Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on health subsidies keeps intact the way more than 1 million Floridians buy and pay for insurance through HealthCare.gov. The case, King v. Burwell, was deciding whether low- and moderate-income Floridians and residents in 36 other states can get tax credits for plans they buy through the federal government.
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