With a new administration taking office that is sure to take a dramatically different approach to healthcare than the last, many employers across the country are eagerly anticipating word on if/how things will change with regards to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We have heard from of our clients over the past couple of months on this very topic, so our healthcare compliance team has put together a summary of what exactly the now-famous phrase "repeal and replace" means by exploring what can and/or could be changed and how the Trump Administration and Congress would do it. We hope you find this piece helpful in clarifying where healthcare in America stands at this moment.
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These mark-ups are just the starting point in a process where the House and Senate will each weigh in. We may also see additional proposals from the Trump administration before any new legislation is in final form.
Promises to repeal Obamacare are proving to be more complicated then they sounded on the campaign trail. With those realities setting in, Peter Orszag, President Obama’s director of the Office of Management and Budget, explores what happens next.