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Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Years ago, the barrier island known as Virginia Key was literally a dump, final resting place for everything from empty soup cans to broken chairs, tires to tree limbs.The remnants of dredging also got deposited on…

Slight rise likely for employer-sponsored health insurance

Slight rise likely for employer-sponsored health insurance

Holders of employer-sponsored health insurance plans can expect slight premium increases, but there is much those consumers can do to control costs, observers say. “On average, I anticipate rate increases…

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

A number of factors contribute to a current faster rise in healthcare costs, observers say. “There are fluctuations in healthcare spending from year to year, but after a slower trajectory…

Jackson Health System facing ‘most challenging’ year

Jackson Health System facing ‘most challenging’ year

Coming off a successful year that saw many advances, and with Carlos Migoya set to continue as president and CEO of Jackson Health System, officials of Miami’s Public Health Trust…

Refunding bonds for Jackson Health System saves $15 million

Refunding bonds for Jackson Health System saves $15 million

In a transaction expected to close today (6/1), Miami-Dade County is expected to sell $81.215 million in refunding bonds for Jackson Health System debt that will save the county more…

$160 million state budget cuts for South Florida hospitals

$160 million state budget cuts for South Florida hospitals

Local hospitals – especially safety-net institutions that serve uninsured people – emerged as the losers as this year’s session of the Florida Legislature that ended Monday. That body included $160…

Jackson Health System adds protection for patient data

Jackson Health System adds protection for patient data

Jackson Health System has just launched the Fair Warning monitoring system to add another layer of protection for patient data, said Judy Ringholz, the system’s vice president of compliance and…

Lessons of Zika virus heeded as mosquito season looms

Lessons of Zika virus heeded as mosquito season looms

Though last year’s Zika virus scare did lead to some meeting and convention cancellations, 2016 tourism numbers for the county were once again the highest in recent years, says William…

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center collaboration advances

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center collaboration advances

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the Miami Cancer Institute have begun a collaboration aimed at improving patient access to the latest and most effective cancer treatment advances – a…

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Job market for nurses full of new opportunities

Due to factors ranging from an oncoming retirement wave to regional shortages, the job market for nurses is full of opportunities and benefits, including competitive salary offerings and a multitude…

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