How health providers, consumers could be impacted by latest Trump administration move against ACA
Here's what insurers, health providers, and consumers may need to consider in light of the Trump administration's recent move not to defend certain key provisions of the ACA. (Getty/SuwanPhoto)
While the Trump Administration's latest challenge to the ACA is expected to be tied up in the courts for years, it could still have some more immediate impacts on insurers, health providers and consumers.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions took the position that provisions such as the individual mandate and protections for patients with pre-existing conditions should be invalidated starting in January 2019.
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While not a surprising position, it does raise plenty of questions.