Christine Sexton covers Florida health care policy for POLITICO Florida.
Christine Sexton has reported on health care in Florida for more than two decades. During that time, she has written for Bloomberg, the New York Times, the Associated Press, Florida Medical Business and a number of trade pub...
TALLAHASSEE — As Florida begins its second round of Medicaid negotiations with managed care organizations and health plans, an Auditor General report shows health care regulators did not properly monitor the contracts with 16 existing providers.
ALL blocks of flats over four floors high are now being inspected as part of a safety review after the devastating Grenfell Tower blaze. South Essex Homes, which managed properties on behalf of Southend Council has also changed its guidelines for the removal of items in communal areas which could be deemed a fire hazard. They are not taken away within 24 hours - compared to the previous target of seven days.
THE tall sailing ship Mercedes made its return to Southend Pier. Visitors climbed aboard the ship for a luxurious cruise along the Thames Estuary, during which they learnt all about nautical life. Ann Holland, councillor for Culture, tourism and economy, said: “The Mercedes visits various beautiful locations across the European coast and it is a joy to once again welcome the Mercedes and her crew to Southend. “It’s wonderful to see the ships coming into Southend. I have been on the Mercedes myself.
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