Invest in our state by closing the coverage gap
My expertise lies in public health, not in finance or investments. However, it is my understanding that in order to reap rewards, one first has to invest. One example is my retirement account. I give up a small amount of money out of each paycheck so that I can... Read more
Don’t fall for the Arkansas model of Medicaid expansion
In ancient Greek mythology, Pandora opened a box just a little bit to see what was there and unleashed terrible evils she never expected. Expanding Medicaid under Obamacare — no matter what name or form the expansion takes — would be opening a Pandora’s box that Georgians would forever... Read more
Support your local quarterback — the primary care physician
I grew up in Georgia and always dreamed of playing high school football. Unfortunately, neither my DNA nor my mom shared that vision. But now, I’ll finally have my chance to play quarterback. This month, I will complete my medical training and begin practicing as a primary care physician... Read more
Mental illness in children is real – and treatable
When your child has a sore throat or fever, you probably don’t hesitate to take him or her to the doctor. You know that with the right medication and care, your child will probably make a full recovery — and the sooner the child is treated, the sooner he... Read more
Insurance mergers would be terrible for Georgia
The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) believes the pending Aetna/Humana and Anthem/Cigna mergers would have disastrous results for patients and physicians in this state. The new companies would control nearly 90 percent of the individual health insurance market in Georgia – the kind of monopoly that undermines our free... Read more

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