Physicians respond to Trump's latest Obamacare action

October 12, 2017

Here’s what physicians from across the country had to say about the president’s latest moves.

 

 

President Donald Trump signed a pair of executive orders late last week. The first eased rules to allow small employers to band together through trade groups to create association health plans that could form across state lines. The second order ends the Affordable Care Act’s cost sharing reduction subsidies, which reduce copays and premiums for low- and middle-income earners. Trump says the payments are illegal because they were never appropriated by Congress, while opponents say it is an attempt to sabotage the law. Here’s what physicians from across the country had to say about the president’s latest moves.