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Dr. M. Williamson Todd M.D.

Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

North Georgia Neurological Clinic P.C

HQ Phone: (770) 995-0555

Email: t***@***.com

North Georgia Neurological Clinic P.C

600 Professional Drive Suite 110

Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046

United States

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North Georgia Neurological Clinic home page, entry point to information about the clinic's services ... more

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Employment History

Board Member
Medical Association of Georgia

Neurologist
The Gwinnett Citizen Inc

Neurologist
Gwinnett Partners LLC

Education

M.D.

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WellStar project part of larger push to more integrated patient care - Marsha Sell Real Estate

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Dr. Todd Williamson, former president of the Medical Association of Georgia, said he hasn't seen anything quite like WellStar's project, though some hospitals have large outpatient facilities. But whether doctors are under one roof or connected by new technologies such as Skype, any method that increases patient access is good. "Clearly, Georgians right now are underserved by physicians," he said.

With the health care industry in so much flux because of the federal overhaul, protecting the patient-physician relationship is crucial, Williamson said.


"If a patient receives care from ...

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"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.


"If a patient receives care from ...

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"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.
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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.


"If a patient receives care from ...

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"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.


Management Archives - MD Atlanta :: MDatl

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"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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