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Dr. M. Todd Williamson M.D.

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"If a patient receives care from ..., 12 Oct 2015 [cached]
"If a patient receives care from a doctor outside their network, this doctor does not have in-network access to the plan's covered patients and has no ability to reduce his or her charges based on the promise of more referrals," said Dr. Todd Williamson, a Gwinnett County neurologist and a former president of the Medical Association of Georgia.
He said the problem is that insurance companies keep such narrow provider networks that it's difficult to avoid a specialist outside of them.
None of those proposals sit well with Williamson.
"No government has the right to tell me, as a private citizen and a professional that receives no government funding, that I somehow need to adjust my charges because I am not part of a given, narrow network," he said.
Immediate Past President: M. Todd ..., 4 Oct 2010 [cached]
Immediate Past President: M. Todd Williamson, M.D., Lawrenceville
M. Todd Williamson
MAG Foundation | Medical Association of Georgia, 5 Mar 2015 [cached]
M. Todd Williamson, M.D. - 2016
Dr. Williamson testified on ..., 11 Dec 2010 [cached]
Dr. Williamson testified on behalf of MAG and our 50,000 member strong coalition to the House GOP Doctors Caucus on key elements of the health care reform legislation pending in Congress.
Drs. Richter and Williamson represented MAG in meetings with congressional offices including a lengthy meeting with legislative staff for Rep.
Dr. Williamson's written testimony
Today I had the pleasure of accompanying MAG Immediate Past President M. Todd Williamson, M.D., to Washington, D.C., where he spoke on behalf of MAG and as the designated spokesperson for the Coalition of State Medical and Specialty Societies which represent nearly 50,000 doctors. Dr. Williamson spoke at a press conference organized by the Coalition to Protect Patients' Rights on the lawn of our nation's capitol.
Many thanks to Dr. Williamson for doing an outstanding job in representing MAG as we continue to play a leadership role in the fight for a good bill that will reform the nation's broken health care financing system.
Dr. Williamson's remarks
Photo of Dr. Williamson at press conference
Read AJC feature on Dr. Williamson
If you have been following the press, you know that Dr. Williamson has been particularly in demand. Click here to watch an interview of Dr. Williamson that aired on Fox News last night. Drs. Bailey and Green have also been very active in this effort.
On Wednesday, Dr. Williamson was the coalition's spokesperson at a press conference held at the National Press Club in Washington DC.
While in Washington, D.C., Dr. Williamson and I took the opportunity to visit six members of the congressional delegation to discuss H.R. 3200.
As Dr. Williamson and I were walking past the Energy & Commerce Committee room, we noted the sign on the door announcing the postponement. Dr. Williamson is seen here holding that sign in front of the Committee room which I think captures the moment.
Nathan Deal, ranking member of the Health Subcommittee of Energy & Commerce (a committee of jurisdiction) asked if Dr. Williamson could testify on June 25.
As you know, Dr. Williamson had been asked to testify during the ongoing congressional hearing on national health care reform.
Dr. Williamson has accepted an invitation to testify before the Health Subcommittee of Energy & Commerce in the U.S House of Representatives on Thursday, June 25.
Dr. Williamson and I will be working on his testimony over the weekend. It is due to the committee on Wednesday. Dr. Williamson and I plan to travel to Washington on Wednesday night.
As you know, Todd Williamson, M.D., presented testimony on behalf of MAG and five other state medical associations to the Health Subcommittee of Energy and Commerce in the U.S. House of Representatives on March 10.
Dr. Williamson will be featured in a 30-minute interview on The Herman Cain Show program on WSB Radio 750 AM on Tuesday, March 31 beginning at 8:06 p.m.
He will discuss the need for health care reform, including the concept of "balanced billing" and the need to restore the physician-patient relationship - messages he delivered to a congressional subcommittee several weeks ago.
MAG President M. Todd Williamson, M.D., gave testimony at the first Congressional hearing on the issue of reforming the nation's health care system. Dr. Williamson testified on behalf of MAG and five other state medical societies (Arkansas, Alabama, New Jersey, South Carolina and Tennessee). The focus of Dr. Williamson's testimony was on the need to preserve the private practice of medicine and he recommended that Congress ensure the right of physicians to privately contract with their patients as a bedrock reform that will preserve the profession and protect patients access to care. Dr Williamson was accompanied to the hearing by Drs.
Congratulations to Dr. Williamson, and thanks Dr. Donald Palmisano, and to our sister states all of whom helped make this event a success.
Study: the Economic Impact of Georgia Private Practice Physicians :: MDatl, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
"Physician practices are businesses, and they affect the economy in much the same way a manufacturing plant does," says M. Todd Williamson, M.D., a Lawrenceville-based neurologist and President of the Medical Association of Georgia (MAG). "We create jobs, we generate revenue and we purchase goods and services. But beyond that, we maintain a healthy and productive workforce."
Dr. Williamson stressed that the study was limited to private practice physicians. "Include hospital-based physicians, and the economic impact that physicians have on this state is even more significant," he says. "The Estimated Economic Impact of Private Practice Physicians' Offices in Georgia report" was commissioned by MAG. The findings were generated by the institute's faculty and staff using the Georgia Economic Modeling System.
The report predicts that by 2020, the economic activity of Georgia region's private-practice physicians will increase to nearly 270,000 jobs, $17.8 billion in wages and more than $32 billion in total economic output. It also says that each private practice physician in Georgia region today supports 13 additional jobs, $640,000 in wages for those jobs and nearly $1.5 million in total economic activity. "That means that the economic impact associated with private practice physicians is about half of Georgia region's construction industry and equal to the insurance and financial systems in the state combined," Dr. Williamson says.
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