The American Hospital Association thanked President-elect Trump for his interest and commitment to addressing regulatory reform, and suggested 33 actions the incoming administration could take immediately to reduce the burdens on hospitals and the patients they serve. “Reducing administrative complexity in health care would save billions of dollars annually and allow providers to spend more time on patients, not paperwork,” wrote AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack.
AHA Letter to President-elect Trump Addresses Regulatory Relief for Hospitals
The American Hospital Association's second letter to the president-elect outlines possible action for the new administration to reduce the burden on hospitals, health systems and patients.
December 2, 2016