MAG is the leading advocate for physicians during the Georgia’s annual legislative session. Backed by more than 8,000 members and a 170-year-old brand, MAG has the clout to protect physicians on issues that matter – including tort reform, health insurance, Medicaid, rural health care, patient safety, and scope of practice. Click here for additional information or contact Derek Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
MAG helps physicians achieve peace of mind in the legal arena, too. For example, MAG filed a lawsuit to compel Anthem to rescind its retroactive ER claims review policy. And MAG recently joined several key amicus briefs, including one that involves a $46 million medical malpractice case that the Georgia Supreme court may consider and another to protect transgender patients. Contact Bethany Sherrer at email@example.com with questions.
MAG is ramping up its efforts to address tort reform – knowing that physicians in Georgia have lost some of ground they gained when tort reform passed in the state in 2005 because of unfavorable court decisions. Contact Derek Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
MAG was instrumental in the development of the Vision for the Future Commission’s recommendations, which will help “continuing certification” become a meaningful and relevant program that creates value for physicians and results in the highest standard of patient care. Contact Donald Palmisano at email@example.com with questions.
Payer & Claims Support
MAG helps its members get and keep the money they’ve earned – keeping in mind that MAG members and their practice staff have free access to a consultant who can suggest the best ways to resolve claims and payer problems. Contact Ryan Larosa at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
MAG members get the information they need to make good decisions. They receive a quarterly journal, weekly and monthly newsletters, and time-sensitive alerts. MAG also has an award-winning website. And MAG’s award-winning ‘Top Docs Radio’ show – which addresses important issues like health insurance, practice management, and patient care – averages more than 13,000 views per episode on Facebook. Contact Tom Kornegay email@example.com with questions.
MAG 401(k) Plan
The MAG 401(k) Plan can help its members save time and money and retain the best employees. Contact Kevin Rainwater at 404.893.4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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MAG Health Plan
The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) has introduced the MAG Association Healthcare Solutions Plan – and MAG is encouraging medical practices in the state to get a quote on health insurance policies that can go into effect as soon as May 1, 2020.
The MAG Association Healthcare Solutions Plan is expected to deliver savings of up to 20%* compared to standard small group plans.
The MAG Association Healthcare Solutions Plan features medical, dental and vision insurance options from leading national carriers.
Alpharetta-based Decisely Insurance Services administers the MAG Association Healthcare Solutions Plan, which is available to MAG member practices that enroll five or more full-time employees – keeping in mind that every physician at the practice must be a MAG member for the practice to qualify for the plan.
Decisely can also help practices that have two to four full-time employees (and where every physician is a MAG member) obtain good small group health insurance plans from insurance providers such as Aetna and Cigna.
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