A new workforce of so-called health insurance “navigators” — called for by the Affordable Care Act — will have to undergo special training and be licensed by Georgia’s insurance department, according to new state rules.
The story you're reading is premium content from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Subscribers get total access to all our in-depth news, digital editions and exclusive premium content. You can now also buy a 24-hour digital pass or 7-day digital pass.
AJC Print subscriber - I've already registered my account.Sign In
AJC Print subscriber - I need to register my account for digital access.Access Digital
Read MyAJC.com now - 24-hour digital pass99¢ for 24-hours
Read MyAJC.com all week - 7-day digital pass$3.99 for 7-days
Subscribe to AJC for as little as 33¢ per dayView Offers
Georgians can still weigh in on the new rules for health insurance navigators.
A public hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the following location:
Seventh Floor, West Tower, Floyd Building, 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Atlanta.