Richard Jackson, left, and Charles Evans say a "patients' compensation system" could save Florida $16 billion annually in health care costs. File photos.
When Florida lawmakers arrived in Tallahassee for this week of committee meetings they were followed by two health care executives who say they have an idea to make a “real change” in the cost of health care. It's one that could save Florida $16 billion annually, they say.
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