Differences in political opinion aside, the United States will undergo significant policy changes under a Trump administration. The Republican party say they want a total repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In reality, legislators know that a complete repeal is impossible without Democratic support and doing so would leave at least 20 million previously uninsured Americans, who were covered through health exchanges, without health insurance again.
For this reason, value-based care will most likely remain with some ACA changes affecting healthcare revenue cycle management.
Possible ACA Changes Under Trump’s Administration
A number of popular Republican provisions plan to revise the ACA. Republicans want to remove tax subsidies for premiums, decrease Medicaid expansion and reduce taxes levied to pay for some of the ACA’s provisions. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) talked about a framework for maintaining preventive services, population health management and provision of broad coverage. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2m0QG1P