Trumps Healthcare Plan Explained

Despite his promise to do so, President Trump did not offer a comprehensive health care plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. While certain portions of the ACA were repealed, as of today, the law has not been fully replaced or repealed.

Trumpcare Vs Obamacare Explained

This page aims to explain the differences between the American HealthCare Act/Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (referred to as TrumpCare) and the Affordable Care Act (referred to as ObamaCare) before President Trump took office. Specifically, we will compare TrumpCare as it existed in July 2017, when Congress and the administration were attempting to pass a "repeal and replace" plan, with the Affordable Care Act as it existed before any changes were made by the Trump administration.

Trump Healthcare Plan 2020

In the previous year, Donald Trump announced his plans to enhance the wellness program for all citizens in the United States, drawing from his experience in cost reduction within his businesses. His proposed improvements included reducing medication prices, lowering coverage costs, and preventing overbilling to provide greater protection to citizens.

What Has Trump Done For Healthcare?

Regarding healthcare, the President's promises exceeded what was ultimately delivered. However, his administration did have an impact on certain health issues, including the cost of prescription drugs and improving access to reproductive health services for women.

Trump Healthcare Bill Details

The American Health Care Act of 2017, also known as AHCA or Trumpcare, was a bill introduced during the 115th United States Congress. Although it was passed by the United States House of Representatives, it failed to pass the United States Senate. The AHCA aimed to partially repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).