32 hospitals and medical centers across Georgia are splitting a $2.3 million grant from the federal government to assist in improving the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care in the communities they serve.

One of those hospitals is East Georgia Healthcare CEnter in Swainsboro. The center was awarded just over $107,000.

  • $10,500 for Electronic Health Recordkeeping
  • $17,473 for Clinical Quality Improvers
  • $29,023 for Health Center Quality Leaders
  • $50,000 for achiveing PMCH recognition

The 32 centers receiving the funds will look to improve performance in the following categories: improving quality of care; increasing access to care; enhancing delivery of high value health care; addressing health disparities and achieving patient-centered medical home recognition.

See the full list for all hospitals and medical centers here. 

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Jessica Szilagyi is statewide contributor for All On Georgia and Market Manager for Southeast Georgia. Her main focus with All On Georgia is state and local politics as well as agriculture. She’s served as a policy analyst at the State Capitol and as a campaign manager in political races across the state.

She writes for GeorgiaPol.com and has two blogs of her own: ‘The Perspicacious Conservative’, a political blog, and ‘Hair Blowers to Lawn Mowers’, a blog on moving from Atlanta to rural Georgia. Jessica is also a contributor for Fox5 Atlanta’s ‘Like it Or Not.’

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