One unintended consequence of health care reform was that sales of ‘‘child-only’’ insurance policies were halted in Georgia and other states. These policies are usually bought by parents who have an employer policy that doesn’t offer dependent coverage. Sometimes they’re bought by parents who can’t purchase coverage for themselves... Read more
Health professionals in more than a dozen occupations must complete a continuing education program before they can renew a license in Georgia. But nurses don’t have such a requirement. That situation would change under Senate Bill 368, which passed the House Health and Human Services Committee on Monday. It... Read more
The state’s leading nursing organization says nurses are battling a batch of red tape in Georgia, with new obstacles added to an already frustrating system. The newest hurdle comes from the state’s recently passed immigration law. Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp told the Georgia Nurses Association conference in... Read more

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