In this Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 photo, a worker is seen behind the registration window of the emergency room at Grady Memorial Hospital, in Atlanta. In two years, federal payments to hospitals treating a large share of the nation's poor will begin to evapor
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In this Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 photo, a worker is seen behind the registration window of the emergency room at Grady Memorial Hospital, in Atlanta. In two years, federal payments to hospitals treating a large share of the nation's poor will begin to evapor

On this Special Edition of Political Rewind, an in-depth look at rural health care in Georgia.

Our state is facing a vast amount of healthcare transitions, all of which challenge citizens, representatives and caregivers. Even a federal agency that doesn't deal with health care and medicine is looking to help solve the problems we're facing.

Plus, a look into the health insurance debate and what Governor Brian Kemp is seeking to do to ensure citizens have availability to coverage. Will his plan be more efficient than those proposed by other states?

 

Panelists:

State Rep. Terry England  -- R-District 116

Jimmy Lewis -- CEO, HometownHealthOnline.com

Andy Miller -- Founder, GeorgiaHealthNews.com

Kevin Riley -- AJC Editor