CBO: Trump’s 2019 budget will reduce federal healthcare spending by $1.3T

(By Emily Rappleye for Becker’s Hospital Review)

A $1.3 trillion reduction in healthcare spending under President Donald Trump’s 2019 budget will help shrink the federal debt and deficit over the next decade, according to a May 2018 analysis from the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation. Continue reading article here…

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