A Historic Election

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Advocacy in Action

The presidential election was historic in many regards, including the first woman as a major party nominee and a nominee with no previous public office or military experience.  The Republican party will now have control of the White House, both Houses of Congress, and the possibility of a conservative Supreme Court. Click here to see the NY Times’ election maps.

The question before those of us focused on kidney disease is what will President-Elect Trump and the Republican party do with their new political power?  What will the first priorities be?  What does this election mean for healthcare including insurance plans in the Affordable Care Act (also referred to as “Obamacare”), business’ group health plans, Medicaid expansion, drug pricing reform efforts, and value-based care and delivery system reforms that were implemented under President Obama as a method of improving patient outcomes?

We can expect the President-Elect and Republican Congress…

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