HHS Secretary, state leaders gather for health care executive order signing

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WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday that he says will increase transparency for U.S. patients seeking health care services. One of the main tenants of this order, signed with state officials, nurses, and doctors from around the country at his side, is providing patients with the costs of services before they use them, not weeks after.

HHS Secretary Azar says this executive order will provide more transparency for patients and drive more competition into the health sector. (Source: Gray DC)

We speak one-on-one with HHS Secretary Alex Azar, Georgia Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan, and Iowa State Senator Mariannette Miller-Meeks about the potential impact of this order above.

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