When is Health Insurance for Children REQUIRED in Child Support Orders?

Chapter 61, Florida Statutes, provides that child support orders must include an order to maintain health insurance for a minor child when such insurance is available at a "reasonable" cost.  "Reasonable" means that the health insurance cost is no more than 5% of the gross income of the parent who is providing the coverage (although the Court does have authority to order health insurance coverage even when the cost is higher than 5%, but must include written reasons in such an order).