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Appeals Court Upholds 2013 PIP Law Exclusion
Friday, 28 February 2020
An Appeals Court has upheld the 2013 PIP Law exclusion of payment reimbursements for massage or any service by a licensed massaged therapist (LMT).
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No-fault/PIP Repeal Ready for House Floor
Friday, 28 February 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020, Tallahassee – With just two weeks remaining in the year’s regular legislative session the proposal aimed at repealing and replacing Florida’s decades-old No-fault/PIP auto insurance system was approved yesterday afternoon by the House Commerce Committee, the bill’s last committee of reference. That means the proposal (HB771) authored by Rep. Erin Grall (R-Vero Beach), is now available for consideration by the full Florida House. A similar proposal (SB 378) is currently stalled in the Senate.
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FCA Journal January/February/March 2020
Friday, 21 February 2020


- The Skinny on Payment of Insurance Claims

- Top 10 topics your pregnant patient may want to discuss

- Are Credit Balances Costing You Money?

- Using Social Media to Grow and Sustain Your Practice

- Integrating Fasting into Nutritional Protocols: A Functional Medicine Approach

- Keep an Eye on the ADI

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Committees Wrap Up, PIP/No-fault Repeal Stalls
Thursday, 20 February 2020

Friday, February 21, 2020, Tallahassee – With only three weeks remaining in this year’s annual session, a majority of committees in both the House and Senate held their final meetings this week. More time will now be devoted to sessions on the floor of each chamber, debating and voting on those issues that have successfully completed their trek through the committee process. This week also saw bills seeking to repeal PIP/No-fault failing to be scheduled for additional committee hearings.   

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PIP/No-fault Repeal Advances as Budget Work Begins
Friday, 14 February 2020
Friday, February 14, 2020, Tallahassee – Lawmakers reached the halfway point of their 60-day annual legislative session this Wednesday, during a week otherwise dominated by debate and final passage of each chamber’s state budget spending proposals. Legislators are now in a posture to begin Senate-House negotiations to hammer out the differences between their two plans. About $1.4-billion currently separates the two proposals – now $91.4-billion in the House compared to a Senate bottom line of $92.8-billion. Significantly different spending priorities between the two plans will have to be worked through in the four remaining weeks to achieve an on-time adjournment on March 13th. Conferees will likely be appointed by both the House Speaker and the Senate President as soon as next week, to begin their negotiations.
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