Georgians for a Healthy Future is frequently cited in news articles about health care issues, ensuring the consumer perspective is heard. Read news stories featuring Georgians for a Healthy Future’s perspective below.

2015

Report: GA’s Working Families Would Benefit from Closing Coverage Gap

  • Soundbite Services
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Expanding Medicaid coverage in Georgia has benefits, experts say

  • Augusta Chronicle
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Georgia, Augusta are missing out on Medicaid, group says

  • ugusta Chronicle
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Health insurance rates headed up in 2016

  • Georgia Health News
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Medicaid experiment should foster dialogue

  • tlanta Journal-Constitution
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Narrow networks are the exchange norm here

  • Georgia Health News
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Dummy In the News Entry 3

  • by Andy Miller
  • Georgia Health News

The state’s Medicaid agency has all but ruled out GradyHealth System’s “waiver” proposal to cover more uninsured Georgians. “We’re not going to move forward on this at this time,” Clyde Reese, commissioner of the Department of Community Health, said at an agency board meeting Thursday.

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State outlines argument against Medicaid “waiver”

  • Georgia Health News
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Former state insurance chief wary of big mergers

  • Georgia Health News
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Local leaders disagree on how far Medicaid coverage should go as program celebrates 50 years

  • Gainesville Times
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