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Miami Cancer Institute targets two more proton therapy units

As the Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health South Florida prepares to commemorate its first anniversary this month, Dr. Michael Zinner, the institute’s founding chief executive officer and executive medical director, points to incorporating proton therapy…

Obamacare not raising Miami hospital use

Obamacare not raising Miami hospital use

South Florida health care providers are readying for the new era of insurance under the Affordable Care Act, yet come Jan. 1 next year -– the date heralding the activation…

Air infection controls speeding recoveries

Air infection controls speeding recoveries

The Victoria Nursing & Rehabilitation Center’s newly installed Novaerus Airborne Infection Control system is helping cut significant time from the recovery period of patients with health care associated infections. About…

Big health insurance hikes coming

Health insurance companies are expected to jack up rates in Florida for people who buy their own policies and for small businesses to a lesser degree as the federal Affordable…

Jackson bonds: $1.4 billion cost to repay

Jackson bonds: $1.4 billion cost to repay

If voters approve a proposal for $830 million in public funding for Jackson Health System, the total cost is likely to be around $1.41 billion. It would mean the county…

County Snickers At Snickers – M&Ms Too

County Snickers At Snickers – M&Ms Too

Healthy snacks battled Snickers bars, Raisinets and Peanut M&Ms for space in county vending machines last week, with a commission committee deciding that 20% of slots should be required…

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