The effort was a collaboration between Physicians for a National Health Program, a group of doctors that advocates for Medicare for All, elected officials, community members, patients and advocacy groups…
You’re invited to a panel discussion about the state of health care in Augusta and across Georgia. Local stakeholders and community leaders will discuss the current state of health insurance coverage and access to care, present regional and state data on Medicaid and the uninsured, and discuss opportunities to work together to improve coverage and access to care through direct collaboration and through policy change. We will place a special focus on Georgia’s coverage gap and lessons learned from other states that have reduced their uninsured rates by expanding Medicaid or through alternative approaches, such as a waiver. The event will take place at the Augusta Richmond County Public Library on Thursday, Sept. 24th, 9 to 11 am. Coffee and a light breakfast will be served. This event is free, but we ask that you please register so we can get an accurate head count.
Dr. Jacqueline Fincher, MD, MACP
Board of Regents | American College of Physicians | Managing Partner, McDuffie Medical Associates
A representative from Christ Community Health Services
Tim Sweeney, Deputy Director of Policy Georgia Budget and Policy Institute
Dr. Bill Custer, Director of Center for Health Services Research
Click here to register for the event.