President Trump's Healthcare Plan Expands Options

President Trump's Healthcare Plan Expands Options

President Trump's Healthcare Plan Expands Options

It will "go a long way, to take care of numerous people that have been so badly hurt on health care", Trump said.

"It will be great, great health care for many, many people - a big percentage of the number of people that we were talking about for failed Obamacare", Trump continued.

In addition to the statement about Kissinger, Trump reiterated that he planned to roll out a series of healthcare-related executive orders in the coming days that would allow for association health plans and other modified types of insurance. Any executive order that Trump signs to do this would be unconstitutional.

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Unable to win passage of legislation to dismantle the 2010 law in a Congress led by his own party, Trump indicated he would take unilateral action.

Trump described his executive order as "very simple in one way, but intricate in another". "I don't believe in undercutting people", he said. "Henry Kissinger does not want to pay a 116% increase in his premiums, but that's what's happening", Trump said. The regulations imposed by his health care law were causing some insurance plans to be canceled.

These plans do not have to adhere to all of Obamacare's provisions, such as the requirement to provide comprehensive policies that cover prescription drugs, mental health and substance abuse, according to Kevin Lucia, project director at Georgetown University's Health Policy Institute.

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"With Congress the way it is, I chose to take it upon myself", the president told reporters this week, saying he'll sign something "which is going to go a long way to take care of the numerous people that have been so badly hurt on health care".

Association health plans, where people are able to band together to purchase a plan, already exist, but Trump's change could allow them to get around Obamacare rules.

It would also expand the amount of time people can use short-term medical insurance plans, which are cheaper than traditional plans but cover a limited set of benefits.

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The switch could also allow association plans to deny coverage or set rates based on the medical history of those in the group, so plans with younger, healthier members could offer lower premiums. "We'll be back to where we were before the Affordable Care Act".

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