Emory University and a state nursing organization are joining forces to address Georgia’s nursing workforce shortage.
The state has leaned on its three care management organizations as part of its strategy to alert all 2.8 million Medicaid enrollees of the return of the renewal process, which the federal government had paused during the pandemic.
State employees, public school teachers and retirees will pay 5% more for health insurance coverage next year on average.
Fewer than 300 people have been approved for Georgia’s new Medicaid program for some low-income adults who rack up enough hours of work, or other qualifying activity, each month.
One of Bibb County’s largest property taxpayers is pushing for the county to exempt it from paying.
Children accounted for about two-thirds of the nearly 96,000 Georgians who lost their Medicaid coverage last month as part of the nationwide unwinding of a pandemic-era federal policy.
Myasthenia gravis is a rare autoimmune disorder that causes muscle weakness. Until now, no pharmacological treatment was available for the less common form of the disease, observed in about 15% of patients.
More Georgians who went through the Medicaid unwinding process last month lost their coverage than kept it, with nearly 100,000 people dropped from the public health insurance program in just one month, according to new state data released Wednesday.
A group of U.S. Senate Democrats is pressing the Biden administration to make it easier for the millions of Americans who sign up each year for health insurance through a federal website to register to vote.
Georgia is among states with double the number of deaths among non-white populations.
Starting this weekend, more low-income Georgians will be eligible to sign up for health insurance under a new Medicaid program that slightly eases the state’s strict coverage rules.
Veterans rated VA hospitals higher than private facilities for things like patient satisfaction, hospital cleanliness and communication with nurses and doctors.
Wellstar Health System officials came under fire Monday for committing to invest nearly $800 million late last year in a planned partnership with Augusta University Health System (AUHS) after closing two Atlanta-area hospitals.
MCG could enroll 40 more students per year once the campus is open.
Sudan's already fragile health care system has been shattered by conflict in the space of weeks. But there are many there who are working hard to fill the gaps in the system.