2019 Legislative Session is Underway
The Georgia General Assembly convened for its 2019 legislative session on Monday, Jan. 14. Keep checking back for updates on this very important time of year. Also stay up-to-date throughout the 2019 session with Capitol Health Hotline.

Governor's AFY 2019 and FY2020 Budget Recommendations

Capitol Health Hotline
Capitol Health Hotline is a daily publication for member hospitals and their staff to help them stay up-to-date throughout the session.

Legislative Summary
The Legislative Summary provides an overview of the 2018 Georgia General Assembly and legislation affecting hospitals and healthcare, such as bills related to Certificate of Need, surprise billing and the Rural Hospital Tax Credit. Also included are GHA's legislative priorities and a rundown of bills resting in committee as well as the ones that passed, did not pass or were vetoed.

Special Legislative Session
Gov. Nathan Deal ordered a special legislative session for the Purpose of Providing Emergency Funding Following Hurricane Michael. This five-day session began on Nov. 13 and ended on Nov. 17.
Hospitals 101
Hospitals 101 is a resource guide designed for policy makers, is a one-of-a-kind educational resource that explains the many challenges Georgia's hospitals face. Georgia's hospitals are vital to local and state economies and provide 150,000 jobs and more than $49 billion in economic development. Most of all, they provide quality, life-saving care. The seventh edition of Hospitals 101 is available now.

HosPAC
HosPAC is a statewide, non-profit organization formed to promote legislative and political action to preserve quality health care in Georgia. Show your support and donate to HosPAC today.