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Health Insurance Outreach & Enrollment

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Georgians for a Healthy Future works with community partners throughout the state to help Georgians get covered, stay covered, and use their coverage to access care. Through the Georgia Enrollment Assistance Resource Network, we work with our partners to provide tools and information to enrollment assisters and help connect them to each other.

This helps us keep our finger on the pulse of what Georgia consumers are experiencing and allows us to identify best practices as well as challenges and barriers. We share this information with stakeholders, policymakers, and partners with the goal of making enrollment processes work better for everyone so that people can get the coverage and care they need.

Georgians for a Healthy Future also maintains informational resources about how to enroll in insurance or to get help with enrollment. For these resources, visit our Get Help with Health Insurance page.

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Valerie Heard is a mother and a health care advocate. Medicare allows Valerie to see a doctor because of an eye disease that has left her blind. She's also able to get care for her other chronic diseases. "What human being could not have medical help? It's dire need--life or death."

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