Georgia Bill to Allow Multispecialty Physician-Owned Surgery CentersHouse Bill 279, which will allow physician-owned surgery centers in Georgia to offer multiple specialty services in one location, is currently in contention, according to a report by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Hospitals argue against the bill, claiming it will be a detriment to their financial stability. Those in favor of the bill argue that multispecialty surgery centers will allow for convenient and less costly options for patients.
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