Health coverage to include more uninsured in Palm Beach County, FL
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, July 10, 2008
The board for the Health Care District of Palm Beach County, FL, has agreed to increase income requirements for its Vita Health program. The move will allow more people to qualify for low-cost health coverage. Currently, those earning up to 200% of the federal poverty level, or $20,800 annually for an individual, can join. By October, people making up to 300% of the poverty level, which is $31,200 annually for an individual, can qualify.
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