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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