By Christine Sexton
TALLAHASSEE — A high-powered commission created by Gov. Rick Scott has been preaching the need for “transparency” when it comes to remaking Florida’s health care delivery system.
The commission, whose members were appointed by Scott and staffed by the state’s main health care agency, is scheduled to hear at its next meeting in Tampa from groups such as Associated Industries of Florida and Catalyst for Payment Reform, who a increasing transparency would go a long way to improving the system.[Read More]