Jim Flynn discusses the future of health care post-Obamacare
Despite the recency of presidential transition, changes are already being felt across many of America’s industries – including health care. While campaigning, Trump vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act (also known as “Obamacare”) and fix the country’s health insurance challenges.
What does this mean for health insurers? Hospitals? Patients? Columbus Business First consulted Bricker attorney Jim Flynn for answers to these important questions in its article “After Obamacare: ‘Many hospitals will not survive’ more uninsured patients, health care attorney says” (subscription required). Jim states that “[i]f the ACA is repealed without a comprehensive replacement enacted, it will be a pretty major disruption in the coverage and payment part of our health care system.”