Hospital revamp behind schedule.
A federal health officials says that the government has now decided to abandon its plans to revamp the US healthcare system despite an early success of its reform.
Earlier this year, the US government started a major revamp of the healthcare system, including expanding coverage and spending as much as $8 trillion through a federal health reform called Medicare and expanding Medicaid.
However, the first year of its proposed reforms was not expected to be as successful.
At the time, some healthcare experts warned that the US우리카지노 healthcare system is a “fraud”, and said that the healthcare system could get worse, rather than better, with the upcoming changes.
According to news site Medscape Health, healthcare experts including Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President Dr. Robert Wood Johnson warned that it would take too long before the US system improved.
However, this is not the first time that the US government has not been able to tackle its planned healthcare reform.
Back in 2013, US Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen S바카라ebelius made a major announcement, saying that the US healthcare system is still not ready.
Last year, the US government also announced that it has decided to cut the federal deficit over ten years from a projected $600 billion for 2015, to $500 billion.
As part of the proposed federal healthcare overhaul, the government aims to implement the following initiatives:
The elimination of government-issued credit cards, which will lead to savings of $35 billion by 2025.
A $500 billion federal online healthcare exchange for uninsured Americans who cannot get insurance through the federal marketplaces and other state and local government-run health coverage exchanges.
A $300 billion health-savings fund that could lead to sjarvees.comavings of up to $500 billion in 10 years.
The elimination of out-of-pocket maximums that have led to over-the-counter drug costs doubling and coverage levels falling, while prices for Medicare and Medicaid grew.
To reach these reductions, the government will target $100 billion in savings in Medicaid by 2024.
To achieve these savings, the US healthcare reform is expected to cut government spending on healthcare by $8 billion per year by 2025 through the implementation of several new regulations, according to the US Secretary of Health and Human Services.
In a press conference this morning, Sebelius promised to provide more details about the details of the plans in early 2014, including how they will affect the US healthcare system.