Coverage, Access, Affordability, and Quality

This issue brief takes stock of where Georgia stands on four key features of our health system: coverage, access, affordability, and quality. Regardless of the outcome of the current debate, Georgians for a Healthy Future stands poised to monitor health care issues and legislation and to advocate for sound health policy for Georgia’s health care consumers.

This issue brief takes stock of where Georgia stands on four key features of our health system: coverage, access, affordability, and quality. Regardless of the outcome of the current debate, Georgians for a Healthy Future stands poised to monitor health care issues and legislation and to advocate for sound health policy for Georgia’s health care consumers.

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