FILE - This Oct. 24, 2016, file photo, shows the HealthCare.gov 2017 website home page on a laptop in Washington. Within the health care industry, which accounts for about 18 percent of the economy, a Donald Trump presidency is being viewed with trepidation. Insurers, pharmaceuticals and hospitals would all stand to lose if reversal of Obama’s health care law leads to a surge in the number of uninsured Americans. Even if the Affordable Care Act is rife with complexity and complications for health care companies, it does offer the long-term prospect of more paying customers.
FILE - This Oct. 24, 2016, file photo, shows the HealthCare.gov 2017 website home page on a laptop in Washington. Within the health care industry, which accounts for about 18 percent of the economy, a Donald Trump presidency is being viewed with trepidation. Insurers, pharmaceuticals and hospitals would all stand to lose if reversal of Obama’s health care law leads to a surge in the number of uninsured Americans. Even if the Affordable Care Act is rife with complexity and complications for health care companies, it does offer the long-term prospect of more paying customers. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
FILE - This Oct. 24, 2016, file photo, shows the HealthCare.gov 2017 website home page on a laptop in Washington. Within the health care industry, which accounts for about 18 percent of the economy, a Donald Trump presidency is being viewed with trepidation. Insurers, pharmaceuticals and hospitals would all stand to lose if reversal of Obama’s health care law leads to a surge in the number of uninsured Americans. Even if the Affordable Care Act is rife with complexity and complications for health care companies, it does offer the long-term prospect of more paying customers. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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