Georgia’s Stressed Health Care ‘Safety Net’ Could Sway Voters

Karen Kinsell is the only doctor in southwest Georgia’s Clay County. A third of her patients are uninsured.

[…] Laura Harker, a health policy analyst with the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, says about 20% of Georgia adults are uninsured and the state’s refusal to expand Medicaid has left the state without a safety net that is straining rural hospitals.

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