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Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie on the Future of Central Florida Veterans

By 2025, Florida is projected to overtake California as the state with the second largest veteran population. This means the state will need a significant federal investment to meet the healthcare needs associated with the growing population. 90.7’s health reporter Abe Aboraya spoke with Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie about healthcare for veterans in the area.
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Providers and parents fill the room of AHCA’s Tampa field office for a public meeting about proposed changes to behavior analysis therapy through Florida Medicaid. Future meetings will be held in webinar form. via DAYLINA MILLER / WUSF PUBLIC MEDIA

AHCA Modifies ABA Therapy Meeting Format, Program Implementation

Behavioral therapists who work mostly with children on the autism spectrum say the state agency that oversees the Medicaid program is finally starting to listen to their concerns. The State Agency for Health Care Administration is now running meetings on behavior analysis therapy changes — that had been scheduled in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Pensacola over the coming weeks — in webinar form.
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