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GHF In The News
Jan 25, 2018
Say ‘yes’ to expanded coverage, ‘no’ to work requirements
Laura Colbert

Editorial: Laura Colbert of Georgians for a Healthy Future cites Georgia’s high uninsured rate, the opioid epidemic, and the financial struggles of rural hospitals in calling for the state to…

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February 15, 2018
Advocacy day
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February 15, 2018 Advocacy day

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A special #healthpolicyvalentine for all you health policy nerds out there:
How do I love thee, Medicaid? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth, breadth, and height of your comprehensive coverage.
I love thee 2 million times over because you cover as many Georgians.
I love thee freely, as you allow seniors to age in their homes.
I love thee purely, as you keep Georgia's children healthy and whole.
I love thee with the same passion that people with disabilities are able to seek employment and education with your support
I love thee with a love I'll never lose in the hopes that we never lose you.

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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

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.”

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2018 legislative update: week 5

Pair of consumer protection bills introduced in House Two bills that propose stronger protections for…

2018 Legislative Update: Week 4

Surprise medical billing emerges as prominent issue at the Capitol  Surprise out-of-network medical billing is emerging…

Emory Public Health student joins GHF team for legislative session

Nilofer Chollampat is GHF’s Legislative Advocacy Intern for the spring 2018 semester. In this role, Nilofer…