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Foundation Releases Study on Health Care Waivers for Georgia

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By The Georgia Public Policy Foundation

May 28, 2019

The Georgia Public Policy Foundation has long advocated for market-oriented solutions to Georgia’s health care challenges. The Foundation has released a report analyzing the cost and potential impact of two Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers the governor could consider:

  • A reinsurance program that would apply to all large insurers in the state and “reimburse accumulated claim costs that exceed a set threshold within a given year.”
  • A Georgia primary care access option, which would require large insurers to offer at least one plan that includes a direct primary care model. Click here to read more.