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Dec 13, 2019
Commenters question state Medicaid waiver plan for work requirements
Jill Nolin

“The public comments are important because they become part of the legal record,” said Laura Colbert, who submitted a letter opposing the proposal on behalf of Georgians for a Healthy…

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Make your holidays extra merry and bright by ensuring that you and your family have the health care coverage you need! Today is the LAST DAY of open enrollment, make sure to visit healthcare.gov and get the plan that works for you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Make your holidays extra merry and bright by ensuring that you and your family have the health care coverage you need! Today is the LAST DAY of open enrollment, make sure to visit healthcare.gov and get the plan that works for you! ... See MoreSee Less

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You have 1 month left to get your tickets for GHF's 10th annual Health Care Unscrambled! Join us as we bring together legislators, advocates, and national thought leaders to discuss the health care issues facing Georgians and solutions to address them! healthyfuturega.org/ghf_event/health-care-unscrambled-2020/ ... See MoreSee Less

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2019 Policy Priorities

Learn more about Georgians for a Healthy Future’s 2019 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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Sherry Ward

At 77 years old, Sherry Ward uses her Medicaid waiver to get the transportation she needs to get to the pharmacy to pick up her medications, doctors appointments, and RossWoods, an adult day center. Medicaid also helps Sherry pay for her seven different medications.

"I couldn't make it if I didn't have [Medicaid]. There would be no way."

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The Georgia Access Plan: A Bad Deal for Consumers

On November 4, 2019, Governor Brian Kemp released adraft plan that, if approved, would drastically…

Philip’s story: Rural Georgians continue to struggle without health coverage

Philip is a 57 year old part-time roofer who resides in Fort Gaines, Georgia, a…

Georgians in the Driver’s Seat wants to hear from you

Since launching our Georgians in the Driver’s Seat initiative with The Arc Georgia, GHF staff…