Improving Provider Directory Accuracy and Usability

This policy brief explains the role provider directories play as a tool for consumer decision-making, describes current provider directory provisions in Georgia, describes common problems with provider directories, outlines recent policy activity around provider directories, highlights other state examples of provider directory improvements, and puts forth policy recommendations to improve provider directory accuracy and usability.

This policy brief explains the role provider directories play as a tool for consumer decision-making, describes current provider directory provisions in Georgia, describes common problems with provider directories, outlines recent policy activity around provider directories, highlights other state examples of provider directory improvements, and puts forth policy recommendations to improve provider directory accuracy and usability.

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