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President Trump signs bill to improve care for kids with complex medical conditions

(Ohio) – President Donald Trump has put pen to paper for the ACE Kids Act.

Last week President Trump signed U.S. Senators Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown’s ACE Kids Act into law. The bill focuses on improving health outcomes and care coordination for children with complex medical conditions.

The Advancing Care for Exceptional Kids Act strives to make it possible for healthcare providers to coordinate care, lower costs, and improve quality outcomes for children with complex conditions on Medicaid who require specialized care.

“The ACE Kids Act gives us an exciting opportunity to give some of our nation’s most vulnerable children the support that they need to succeed,” explained Portman.

Thursday night, President Trump signed U.S. Senators Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown’s ACE Kids Act into law. The bill aims to improve health outcomes and care coordination for children with complex medical conditions.

The Advancing Care for Exceptional (ACE) Kids Act would help make it possible for healthcare providers to coordinate care, lower costs, and improve quality outcomes for children with complex medical conditions on Medicaid who require specialized care.

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