Projected 10-year costs of Trumpcare in the Unites States as of 2016 (in billion U.S. dollars)

Estimated 10-year costs of Trump health reform U.S. as of 2016 This statistic displays the projected 10-year costs of Trump's health care plan (already called "Trumpcare") to "repeal and replace" Obama's Affordable Care Act health reform, according to an estimation from May 2016. It was estimated that Trump's plan would cost nearly 550 billion U.S. dollars under conventional scoring (not incorporating economic growth) over the decade.
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Costs/savings in billion dollars
Repeal Obamacare coverage provisions-1,120
Repeal Obamacare tax increases660
Repeal Obamacare Medicare savings940
Dynamic effects from growth (excluded from conventional scores)-220
Subtotal, repeal Obamacare260
Allow insurance to be purchased across state lines-10
Create deduction for individual insurance premiums100
Allow importation of prescription drugs-20
Require price transparency and promote health savings accounts (HSAs)*-
Subtotal, replace Obamacare70
Total under dynamic scoring (including growth from repealing Obamacare)330
Subtract dynamic effects from growth (excluded from conventional scores)-220
Total under conventional scoring550
Costs/savings in billion dollars
Repeal Obamacare coverage provisions-1,120
Repeal Obamacare tax increases660
Repeal Obamacare Medicare savings940
Dynamic effects from growth (excluded from conventional scores)-220
Subtotal, repeal Obamacare260
Allow insurance to be purchased across state lines-10
Create deduction for individual insurance premiums100
Allow importation of prescription drugs-20
Require price transparency and promote health savings accounts (HSAs)*-
Subtotal, replace Obamacare70
Total under dynamic scoring (including growth from repealing Obamacare)330
Subtract dynamic effects from growth (excluded from conventional scores)-220
Total under conventional scoring550
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This statistic displays the projected 10-year costs of Trump's health care plan (already called "Trumpcare") to "repeal and replace" Obama's Affordable Care Act health reform, according to an estimation from May 2016. It was estimated that Trump's plan would cost nearly 550 billion U.S. dollars under conventional scoring (not incorporating economic growth) over the decade.
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Release date
May 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
as of May 2016
Supplementary notes
* Less than $10 billion of net costs or savings

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