The Georgia SecureCare Program

The SecureCare Program would cover all Georgians under a single uniform health plan that is administered and funded by the state. The SecureCare program would replace all current public-sector insurance systems including:
Medicare, Medicaid, PeachCare, CHAMPUS and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan (FEHBP). It would also replace private health insurance plans in the state. The program would be financed with current government health care funding for discontinued programs, a payroll tax to replace employer benefits plans and other dedicated revenues (i.e., taxes) on households.

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