Reports chronicle looming healthcare crisis across Florida
First was a failing grade for access to the Florida's emergency rooms, then came a forecast of doctor shortages. And the latest report on mass layoffs in health are is yet another sobering report on Florida healthcare. The final month of 2008 left a lot to chew on for healthcare officials and state lawmakers' evidence of an erosion in the state's healthcare system that isn't expected to improve in 2009.
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