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Health First Health Plans, which prides itself on its reputation for being community oriented and 100 percent dedicated to serving the specific needs of Floridians, is now able to offer two stand-alone prescription drug plans from the Panhandle to the Keys.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has selected Melbourne, Florida-based Harris Corporation as one of eight companies in the large business category to participate in a five-year technology and telecommunications Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) contract designed to upgrade the department’s information technology systems.
The Orlando Veterans Administration Hospital takes its mission “for those who served” seriously. In fact, the motto already is etched into the façade of its expanded facility under construction in Lake Nona.
Hospice of St. Francis will present their Young Adult Grief Support Program which assists individuals age 19-30 to cope with the experience of a death of a loved one.
To help unravel the web that is Original Medicare, Health First Health Plans is providing “Ask a Local Expert” public forums where Health First Health Plans experts will answer questions and explain the complicated and changing dynamics of Medicare.
Sushoo enables Gentiva to maintain the patient chart completely – in real time – with notes from the primary care physician, any specialists, the hospital and any other medical professional who have had interaction with the patient.
Space Coast Volunteers In Medicine Executive Director Paul Ringenberger, Dr. Barry Kronman and dentist Dr. Richard Leong lead the way as the free clinic opens in Palm Bay, Florida.
Caring for another person is often one of the most demanding experiences a person may face in their lifetime.
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