Healthcare and insurance costs have ignited. Thousands of Georgians are left without affordable options for health insurance. The current health care legislation should be reformed to enable Americans to have access to affordable healthcare. Market-based reforms centered around patients and doctors provides more access and options to healthcare treatment.
Georgia has one of the highest uninsured rates in the country. Similar to other states with the highest uninsured rates, Georgia didn’t expand Medicaid. About 240,000 Georgians are unable to afford Obamacare, and yet don’t qualify for Medicaid. Healthcare reform should address the gap in coverage for adults in states that do not expand Medicaid.