On ‘Radio Times’: GOP health plan leaves cities like Philly ‘particularly vulnerable’, experts say

 House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., speaks during a news conference on the American Health Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. (Susan Walsh/AP Photo)

House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., speaks during a news conference on the American Health Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. (Susan Walsh/AP Photo)

The GOP unveiled their new healthcare plan on Monday, and President Trump has given the proposal his blessing.  The plan, called the American Health Care Act, keeps some of the framework of the Affordable Care Act, but there are many changes that could impact costs and accessibility.

On Wednesday’s Radio Times, Marty Moss-Coane was joined by healthcare experts Timothy Jost from Health Affairs, and Robert Field of Drexel University.During the conversation, Field discussed how the new plan would affect people in a city like Philadelphia, which he described as “particularly vulnerable.”

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