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HMOs Must Provide Chiropractic Care upon Request by a Subscriber
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
     HMOs that offer services through a managed care system must offer that care through a system in which a primary physician licensed as a chiropractor is designated for each HMO subscriber upon request of a subscriber requesting chiropractic services.1 The designated chiropractic physician is responsible for coordinating chiropractic care the subscriber requests.2 Stated differently, a chiropractic physician must be assigned to each HMO subscriber who wants chiropractic care. That designated chiropractic physician is the gate keeper for that subscriber’s chiropractic care and either treats the subscriber or refers the subscriber to another chiropractic physician on panel for medically necessary care.3
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Lawmakers hit midpoint, budget work dominates
Thursday, 18 February 2016
Tallahassee – As the legislature’s annual 60-day session hit its midpoint last Wednesday, lawmakers in both the House and Senate devoted much of their time to finalizing and passing each chamber’s version of a proposed spending plan for state government for the coming fiscal year. They are now in a posture to begin meeting in conference committees as early as next week as they work to resolve differences in the two plans.

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New Member Benefit - Complimentary F4CP Membership
Thursday, 11 February 2016
Great news! As an appreciated member of the Florida Chiropractic Association, we are pleased to introduce a NEW BENEFIT – COMPLIMENTARY F4CP MEMBERSHIP.

The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about chiropractic care via positive press. Now, as a F4CP member, you are entitled to take advantage of its wonderful membership benefits – including permission to personalize and use all of its marketing material, which can be seen at www.f4cp.com.  This benefit is made possible because of the high level of support FCA has given and continues to give to F4CP.

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Budget discussions dominate legislature’s week
Sunday, 07 February 2016
Tallahassee – Nearing the mid-point of their annual lawmaking session, lawmakers spend much of their fourth session week readying both the House and Senate versions of each chamber’s state government spending plans. Passing a balanced budget is the only task mandated by the state’s constitution that the Legislature must accomplish before adjourning. Traditionally budget agreements – or perhaps more notably disagreements – occupy most of the closing weeks of the Legislature’s work as a joint Senate-House conference committee works out differences and decides on a final budget for Florida state government’s budget for next fiscal year. 
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Early state budget plans unveiled during lawmakers third week
Tuesday, 02 February 2016
Tallahassee – Lawmakers spent much of their third week of their regular session working largely at the committee level, listening to public testimony and readying proposed legislation for consideration by full committees before ultimately heading to the floor of each chamber. Both the House and Senate also unveiled the earliest drafts of their budget proposals on Friday. Currently the two spending plans, each topping the $80-billion mark, differ by about $1-billion. Lawmakers will devote much of their time in the coming weeks working through the differences. Agreement on a balanced budget is the only mandated task legislators must complete each year during their 60-day session, ideally before their scheduled adjournment this year on March 11.
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