Once the polls are closed, the President-elect Trump has to play his first real game in the Oval Office: the management of public health. As revealed from Trump’s s very first words, the future of the actual health care reform – better known as Obamacare – seems still clouded. If campaigning Trump had argued to delete it, now with milder tones seems that he wants to keep some pillars such as that the under-26 can remain within the parents’ health insurance and the ban for health insurers from discriminating those with pre-existing health conditions. A thing that could generate several problems to professionals.
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