South Florida Hospital News
Wednesday July 29, 2015
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July 2015 - Volume 12 - Issue 1

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 For centuries, people have travelled around the world seeking medical treatment either unavailable or simply a higher quality of care than what they have available in their home country or community.

"We're growing as a company," said Mark Watson.  "Our sales are up about 30 percent from last year."  It's not hard to understand why.  Watson is president of Gulfstream Petroleum Services, which handles everything associated with fuel tanks

 In many states, the use of medical marijuana is become a hot-button topic, and Florida is no exception. To date, 23 states have legalized marijuana for medical purposes

 The Obama administration and lawmakers in Tallahassee have finally agreed on an outcome to address funding for the Low Income Insurance Pool, or LIP program that provides funding to hospitals 

 In case I haven’t spoken with you lately or mentioned it, here’s a great big Thank You. This month Carol and I celebrate the 12th anniversary of South Florida Hospital News & Healthcare Report and I think, at the risk of sounding like Sally Field, “you like us, you really like us.

 Florida-based law firm Broad and Cassel has again received recognition by prominent legal guide Chambers USA: A Guide to America's Leading Business Lawyers. 

 As Program Chair of the South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum (SFHEF), offering quality continuing education opportunities for our membership is important. 

 Almost on a daily basis, healthcare is front page news. Whether it is the battle over funding to increase access to care; the benefits or evils of medical marijuana; abortion regulation or the vaccination of infants, voices are being heard and sides taken.

 When you think of the word competition, what comes to mind? Does it keep you awake at night? Are you constantly reminded of it by other organization’s advertising when you take in a sporting event,

With nearly 10,000 walk in clinics currently in the U.S. and 50 to 100 coming online each year, the consumer has more health care choices than ever.

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