October 31, 2014

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 12/12/2013

› Audubon Florida objects to military training plan
A leading Florida environmental group on Wednesday officially objected to plans for expanding military training exercises on Panhandle land that includes two state Parks.

› How Florida Blue/Orlando Health deal could affect your business
Orlando Health Physician Partners' deal with Florida Blue won’t just impact those two companies — it could affect your company, too, if you have Florida Blue health insurance.

› Even before first flight, Copa expands capacity on Panama City route
Copa Airlines is just days away from launching the most important international route in years at Tampa International Airport, and passenger demand is already exceeding expectations.

› Report raises more questions about Florida Medicaid reform
A new Georgetown University report is questioning whether Florida's handover of millions of Medicaid patients to managed-care companies will be able to achieve the twin goals of cutting costs and improving health.

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