September 16, 2022 • Commentary
Full practice authority for nurse practitioners and physician assistants improves healthcare access, outcomes and cost.
September 15, 2022 • Blog
Certificate of Need is a statutory relic. Those days are gone, but CON is still with us.
August 31, 2022 • Blog
We may finally get to see how work requirements fit with Medicaid. We can expect good things.
August 26, 2022 • Commentary
U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood’s 65-page ruling is not only necessary at this juncture, but enlightening.
August 19, 2022 • Press Release
“This waiver was a well-considered effort to offer a path to health coverage for low-income Georgians,” said President and CEO Kyle Wingfield.
August 17, 2022 • Blog
Certificate of Need harms Georgians when it’s used by outside interests, but also when it’s used by other Georgia hospitals.
August 17, 2022 • Blog
Simply saying “expand Medicaid” doesn’t solve the problems many patients and providers in Georgia face.
August 4, 2022 • Center for the American Experiment
There is no legal basis for the Biden administration to demand a corrective action plan for a waiver that has not yet been implemented.
August 1, 2022 • Blog
Georgia has presented a strong argument why the Biden administration lacks the basis to deny the ACA waiver and are proceeding accordingly.
July 29, 2022 • Blog
The COVID Public Health Emergency Declaration has spanned two presidents, three Health and Human Services secretaries and a growing series of variants.
July 8, 2022 • RealClear Policy
Democrats have a pattern of advocating for healthcare reform that is long on style, but short on effectiveness.
June 13, 2022 • Commentary
On June 3 the North Carolina Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill that would significantly restructure healthcare delivery. What could it mean for Georgia?
April 22, 2022 • Commentary
Why would a health system in Tennessee have any legal standing to stop the building of a hospital in Georgia? The answer is Georgia’s Certificate of Need.
October 8, 2021 • Commentary
As COVID-19 infections continue, some officials and bureaucrats have proposed a federal vaccine mandate as the only means of stopping the spread of the virus.
September 17, 2021 • Commentary
In almost all recent polling, voters say healthcare is their number one concern. They also trust Democrats more than Republicans on the issue.
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