How do the U.S. Senate candidates in Georgia differ on covering the uninsured?
What are their ideas for improving health outcomes while controlling costs?
What would the candidates do about decreased federal funding for Georgia hospitals?
Seven candidates for the Senate seat in 2014 answer these and other health care questions in a newly released election guide from Healthcare Georgia Foundation.
The seven are Republicans Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey, Karen Handel, Jack Kingston and David Perdue, and Democrats Michelle Nunn and Branko Radulovacki.
“The 2014 election of our United States senator will help define our path to better health and healthcare for all Georgians,” said Dr. Gary Nelson, Healthcare Georgia Foundation president. “Because Georgia ranks at or near the bottom among states on numerous measures of health, much is at stake as the path chosen by Georgia voters will help define for future generations the structure, delivery, and financing of our health care.”
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