Tag: PeachCare

Georgia Health Budget Primer for State Fiscal Year 2018

Georgia Health Care Budget Overview Health care services are primarily delivered through three state agencies: the departments of Community Health, Public Health and Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. State funding for these three agencies totals $4.5 billion in 2018, about

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House Budget Squeezes Schools, Health Care Providers

The Georgia House of Representatives this week rearranged the state’s 2016 budget plan for education, health care and human services from the one the governor unveiled in January. The new version still does not include budget cuts required to pay

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Medicaid Redesign

Posted by Timothy Sweeney GBPI’s FY 2013 Budget Analysis: Community Health underscored issues with the pending Medicaid redesign that we should keep in mind. People who rely on Medicaid and PeachCare could face another challenge when the state rolls out

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FY 2013 Budget Analysis: Community Health

Despite enrollment growth to Georgia’s Medicaid and PeachCare programs and the increased cost of health care in recent years, Georgia appropriated fewer General Fund dollars to programs in FY 2013 than the enacted FY 2009 budget, which preceded the recession.

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