And Georgians looking for insurance under the ACA, also known as Obamacare, will again have navigators to help them through the process, funded by... Clinics get enrollment money to help ACA sign-ups

And Georgians looking for insurance under the ACA, also known as Obamacare, will again have navigators to help them through the process, funded by the federal government. But there’s a big change in which ones. Last year’s navigator group in Georgia, which focused on the immigrant population, lost out. This year the $550,000 allocated for Georgia will all go to the state’s network of federally funded clinics used by low-income patients, the Georgia Association for Primary Health Care.

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