Narrow increase in Medicaid eligibility for low-income Georgians continues enrollment struggle

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“Georgia’s new Medicaid program for low-income adults continues to enroll people at a slow rate, with just 1,300 people so far signing up. The state planned for about 100,000 people to enroll in the first year for the partial Medicaid expansion program called Georgia Pathways to Coverage, which launched in July. As many as 370,000 may be eligible, according to the state’s projections. As of Oct. 13, a total of 1,343 people had enrolled.”

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