As feds consider Medicaid cuts, state pursues $48 million for school nurses

Georgia health officials may go after $48.6 million in federal healthcare funding for schools even as threatened Medicaid cuts in the Obamacare replacement could undermine school budgets. The Department of Community Health board will vote next month on a plan to harness Medicaid to pay for more nurses in schools. Read the full article on The Atlanta Jouranl-Constitution.

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