By Sal Nuzzo April 6, 2021 It’s a tragedy that hurts families, small businesses, homeowners, and everyday Floridians. f it’s a day that ends in “Y,” then it’s a day that we are dealing with frivolous and fraudulent litigation in Florida. From sinkholes to water damage to auto glass — [...]
It’s hard to believe, but only five years ago Republicans controlled all three government branches and were widely expected to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). So much change makes it difficult to take everything in, much less understand where policies important to health insurance executives can be advanced. Predictions [...]
When it comes to health care policy, I am reminded of a line from E.B. White, the author famous for books like Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little. He proclaimed that “there’s no limit to how complicated things can get, on account of one thing always leading to another.” It’s a thought we would all [...]
By: Sal Nuzzo October 29, 2020 The 2000 presidential election's outcome was determined in the state of Florida, which George W. Bush won with just a 537-vote margin. Fresh off the heels of the snatch-and-grab operation to take young Elian Gonzalez back to the Castro regime, Florida's Cuban community rebelled against Al [...]
JMI’s Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Drew Steele on Drew Steele Radio to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida’s economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
JMI's Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Brian Mudd on the Brian Mudd Show to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida's economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
By: Sal Nuzzo September 10, 2020 After negotiations stalled before Congress packed up for its August recess, Washington is now ready to resume discussing the terms for the nation’s next coronavirus relief package. With unemployment in Florida recently rising to 11.3-percent and small businesses around the state feeling the stress, it [...]
By Anastasia Boden and Sal Nuzzo As Florida re-opens the economy, no one knows quite what to expect. But one thing that’s clear is that medical providers must be ready to respond to whatever comes — and quickly. Unfortunately, the state’s certificate of need laws stand in the way. Just [...]
Other states should repeal rules they’ve temporarily relaxed to deal with the coronavirus epidemic. By Sal Nuzzo and Vittorio Nastasi March 31, 2020 6:47 pm ET The Covid-19 epidemic is putting new strains on the U.S. health-care system. Many states are struggling with shortages of ventilators and personal protective equipment. [...]
by Sal Nuzzo and William Smith | Mar 30, 2020 In the wake of attempts to curb the spread of COVID-19, it’s vital to take every opportunity to examine the impact of healthcare policies on our state’s elderly population. As the virus’ impacts are most concerning in older individuals, the fact that more [...]