GHF Testimony on SB 302 to Senate Insurance Committee

GHF’s Health Policy Analyst, Meredith Gonsahn testified on February 11, 2016 to the Senate Insurance Committee on SB 302, the Provider Directory Improvement Act.

GHF’s Health Policy Analyst, Meredith Gonsahn testified on February 11, 2016 to the Senate Insurance Committee on SB 302, the Provider Directory Improvement Act.

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