Community groups and health care providers in southwest Georgia will get help addressing problems with medical billing and debt thanks to a $190,000 grant,... Foundation grant aimed at medical billing, debt in southwest Georgia

Community groups and health care providers in southwest Georgia will get help addressing problems with medical billing and debt thanks to a $190,000 grant, Atlanta-based consumer advocacy group Georgia Watch announced Wednesday. The grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will let Georgia Watch work with two other nonprofits — Georgians for a Healthy Future and SOWEGA Rising — to help hospitals in the region improve their billing and collections practices.

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