Spatz Quoted in CNN on Potential Health Policy Changes Under a Biden Administration

Here are 7 Trump health care measures that Biden will likely overturn

Manatt Health counsel Allison Orris and senior advisor Ian Spatz spoke with CNN about healthcare measures a Biden administration will likely revise or opt to continue. In the article, Orris noted that Biden’s health officials would have to follow the rule-making process for any health policy changes, saying, “they are going to have to think about what comes first, second and third and be realistic about timing." Spatz added that “the Biden administration may opt to keep and continue several Trump administration efforts, including shifting to value-based care, rather than paying doctors for every visit and procedure, and increasing access to telehealth.”

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