Tell us: How has Trump handled healthcare in his first 100 days?

While attempts to reform or replace the Affordable Care Act have been hampered by ideological divides, the president was able to install new leadership at key agencies.
By Henry Powderly
03:23 PM
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President Donald Trump is nearing the 100-day mark, a benchmark that U.S. presidents have been judged on since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created a flurry of programs and policy changes in the wake of the Great Depression.

For Trump, the milestone is bittersweet, as the president faces low approval ratings.

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But as media, analysts and the public-at-large take inventory of the new president’s performance over the past 100 days, we’d like to know what this audience of healthcare insiders thinks about President Trump’s work on healthcare since he took office in January.

While attempts to reform or replace the Affordable Care Act have been hampered by ideological divides, the president was able to install new leadership at those agencies that affect the healthcare sector.

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