NPR-WFAE: Healthcare in the United States has undergone major change under the Obama administration and more changes are coming. With President Donald Trump in the White House, moves to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act have accelerated. Republicans in Congress have long promised to repeal Obamacare, which they say is too expensive and hurts businesses. It’s unclear what a replacement plan might look like and the timetable for that transition is uncertain. Charlotte Talks host Mike Collins and guests Danielle Lloyd, Vice President of Policy & Advocacy at Premier Inc., Michael Tomsic and Donald Jonas, Executive Director of Care Ring, discuss.
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