Possible cuts to Georgia Medicaid payments called 'devastating'
A 6% Medicaid payment cut is among the difficult options that the Georgia General Assembly is weighing to fill a financial hole in the Medicaid program, which covers more than 1 million poor and disabled Georgians. Across Georgia, medical professionals are calculating potential damage if cuts are approved. "Devastating" is a word commonly used.
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