The Trump administration’s decision to phase out VNA Health Care is a big win for the nation’s health care system.
But there’s more to the story than that.
The new rule could lead to a bigger financial hit for health care providers, as providers are required to meet a new set of standards.
That could mean a big cost hike for some providers, and it could mean higher costs for others.
The Trump Administration is expected to release a new rule Tuesday that would take effect on Jan. 1.
The rule would make health care plans available only to people who are eligible for VNA coverage.
VNA is a health care plan that offers subsidies to low-income people, who often lack access to health care coverage.
It was a major factor in the Affordable Care Act’s success, as millions of Americans enrolled in health care exchanges.
That success led to President Trump signing an executive order in 2017 that would end VNA’s subsidy.
Now that the Trump administration is taking a new step to end VNAs subsidies, that could lead some providers to start raising prices and making some providers less attractive to enrollees.
The rules are not expected to have an immediate impact on the health care industry, which is expected be able to continue providing care to those who qualify.
But the rule could be a huge blow to providers, who are already under pressure.
A new rule is a “huge blow” to VNA, said Dr. Daniel Gavigan, the chief medical officer for the National Association of Family Physicians.
It would be a massive hit to providers.
VNIs, he said, are a key component of the nations health care systems.
We have to look at what’s going on in terms of quality, and we have to think about what’s being provided to people, how we’re billing them, and how we get reimbursed for it, he added.
Vna is not a big health care provider by any means, but VNA provides health care to a lot of people.
There are about 3 million Americans who are enrolled in VNA and another 20 million who are insured through Medicare, according to the National Health Expenditure Accounts.
The group said the new rule will hurt VNA because the new requirements would force it to raise premiums and cut doctors’ pay.
This is a huge problem for us, said Gavigans chief medical advisor.
We are a very good provider.
We’ve got a huge pool of patients.
The VNA rule was passed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Health and Human Services, the two agencies that administer the federal health care program.
The agency will publish a final rule for VNMs on Monday.
This story has been updated to include comment from Dr. Gavins chief medical adviser.