3 things that most likely won’t be changing in healthcare under the new administration

In a recent Hayes Management Consulting blog, Don Michaels, Ph.D. reviews three things that most likely won't be changing in healthcare under the new administration.

The election and impending inauguration of Donald Trump combined with continued Republican control of both houses of Congress have sent waves of concern across the healthcare landscape. Predictions are running rampant on what the new administration will do, backed by a Congress itching to make changes – and cuts to existing programs.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) – aka Obamacare – is clearly in the cross hairs, the target for significant change if not full repeal. There has been talk that the new administration will also address health insurance sales across state lines, health savings accounts, Medicaid payment methods to states and Medicare reform.

Although no one knows for sure what the eventual outcomes will be, there is little doubt changes are coming when it comes to healthcare in the next few years. However, not everything will be changing. Among the sea of uncertainty, there are islands of stability – certain things you can be fairly confident won't be changing regardless of whatever else may be in store. Here are three foundational concepts we believe will remain as fixtures in the future healthcare environment.

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