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Mar 8, 2017
GOP Healthcare Plan: How it could affect Georgia

According to Cindy Zeldin, with healthcare consumer advocacy group Georgians for a Healthy Future, one of the biggest impacts this state would feel is from a major shift in the…

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Today is the day! The House of Representatives is set to vote tomorrow on the American Health Care Act, legislation that will leave as many as 750,000 Georgians without coverage. If your member of Congress has not heard from you about the AHCA, now is the time! If you have called before, he needs to hear from you again. Call your member of Congress today at 866-426-2631 and tell him to vote “NO” on the AHCA. ... See MoreSee Less

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An analysis from the Center for American Progress shows that average health care costs under the #AHCA will rise by more than $2600 for indiv. and $4800 for families in Georgia as compared to the #ACA. For low-income families, health care costs would rise by more than $9200 and for older individuals by more than $7300. ow.ly/b7PN30a4K8p ... See MoreSee Less

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A new report released on Friday shows how many people coold expect to lose coverage by Congressional district. We pulled Georgia's districts for you. Check the table to see how people in your district fare.
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2017 Policy Priorities

Learn more about Georgians for a Healthy Future’s 2017 Policy Priorities.

How To Get Your Money's Worth From Your Health Insurance 

Once you've signed up for health insurance, it's important you understand how to use it! This video explains how to select a doctor, access preventive services, and budget for future health costs.

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Katherine is starting her own photography business while working part-time. She was able to gain affordable coverage with a subsidy through the ACA Marketplace. Under the proposed AHCA Katherine will have to pay more for health insurance and said she will “live in fear of diagnosis.”


Senate Health Reform Task Force holds first public meeting

The Senate Health Reform Task Force was established by Lt. Gov. Cagle to study how…

Thank you to Georgia’s enrollment assisters!

For the past several years, GHF, Georgia’s enrollment assisters, and other enrollment stakeholders have spent…

Action Alert: Call your Congressman today!

Call your Congressman today! Last night Congressional leadership introduced their 2017 budget reconciliation bill, the…