Trump speaks and signs executive order to advance kidney health

Trump speaks and signs executive order to advance kidney health

Within 120 days of the date of this order, the Secretary of Health and Human Services (Secretary) shall launch an awareness initiative at the Department of Health and Human Services (Department) to aid the Secretary's efforts to educate patients and support programs that promote kidney disease awareness. The president is delivering the speech at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in D.C.

"For far too long, the most profitable thing in kidney care has been to place a patient on in-center dialysis", she said.

President Donald Trump outlined an agenda to improve preventive treatment of kidney disease Wednesday, zeroing in on a condition that afflicts more than 30 million Americans and costs more than $100 billion in annual Medicare spending. Currently, Medicare spends $35 billion on kidney failure and $114 billion annually on all kidney diseases-not including VA, Indian Health Services, and private insurers.

The changes won't happen overnight because some initiatives will require new government regulations.

"It's truly an exciting day for advancing kidney health in our country", Trump said Wednesday. Mr. Trump told reporters Tuesday he approves of Acosta's job as labor secretary, but also claimed his administration will be looking very "carefully" at Acosta's handling of the previous Epstein case.

Reducing the number of Americans developing kidney failure by 25% by 2030. Compared to the national average, REACH patients: · 22.9% start dialysis at home; 10% is the national average · 51.3% start using a permanent access; 20% is the national average · 55.2% avoid hospitalization before the start of dialysis; 33% is the national average · 6.6% get a pre-emptive transplant; 2.8% is the national average (data from 3,017 patients in 8 locations) "The current administration has demonstrated an interest in changing the status quo of kidney care". "Under the president's leadership, we're working to flip that around".

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By finding people with kidney disease early, we not only preserve their health, we buy them much needed time to make the treatment decisions that are best for them.

With 37,000,000 Americans affected by kidney disease and 720,000 of those with kidney failure, the need could not be greater for patients, families, and caregivers.

Home options include portable blood-cleansing machines, or what's called peritoneal dialysis that works through an abdominal tube, usually while patients are sleeping. Officials pointed to a study suggesting that in the long term, it may be possible to find 17,000 more kidneys and 11,000 other organs from deceased donors for transplant every year, the AP reported. The Trump administration is relying on the innovation center even as it argues in federal court that the law that created it is unconstitutional and should be struck down entirely.

Allowing reimbursement of lost wages and other expenses for living donors, who can give one of their kidneys or a piece of their liver.

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Clearer ways to measure how well the nation's 58 organ procurement organizations, or OPOs, collect donations from deceased donors.