Healthcare.gov could soon be unavailable for Georgians
Georgia is the first state in the nation to want to cut ties with the Affordable Healthcare Act’s enrollment platform, Healthcare.gov.
On Tuesday, Andy Miller, editor and CEO of Georgia Health News and the interim southern bureau editor for Kaiser Health News, talked with “Closer Look” host Rose Scott about why Gov. Brian Kemp is in support of doing away with the website, despite an increase in enrollment numbers, and pushing for Georgian’s to shop for “Obamacare” insurance through private agents.
Miller explained a 60-day public comment period — which ends on Jan. 9, 2022 — will allow Georgian’s to share their thoughts about the possible health care change.
To listen to the full conversation, click the audio player above.