Don Wright, deputy assistant secretary for health care quality at the Department of Health and Human Services.
“The National Vaccine Advisory Committee can accept, modify or reject the subcommittee’s proposal — or they can come up with something else,” he said.
Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images The Trump administration may no longer enforce a rule requiring individual Americans to carry health insurance or pay a penalty if they do not, a senior White House official said on Sunday.
Conway, a key adviser to Trump, said today the new administration plans to end the Affordable Care Acts requirement that most people have health insurance, a step that could destabilize the laws markets.
In fact, its draft proposal only recommends that health care employers “strongly consider an employer requirement for influenza immunization” after a broader, multi-pronged approach fails to hit certain benchmarks in the build-up to the 90 percent goal for 2020.