Report: Mitt Romney Asked To Be Biden’s HHS Secretary

According to a new report Mitt Romney has been asked to lead the Department of Health and Human Services if Joe Biden is elected.

Buffalo Chronicle:

Sources are telling The Chronicle that Senator Mitt Romney has been asked by the presumptive President-elect Joe Biden to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. He is currently discussing the nomination with his family and is expected to accept the appointment.

Biden advisors expect that Romney — a former management consultant by training and a former CEO of Bain Capital — will be tasked with making the national healthcare system more affordable without legislation that modifies the Affordable Care Act.

That work is expected to focus on a massive transition to tele-health services, expansion of digital appointment scheduling, expanded access to pharmaceuticals online, and the development of artificial intelligence technologies that will automate patient intake processing, make screening recommendations, and seamlessly sync medical record access between multiple providers serving a single patient.

It’s unclear if Romney will be tasked with creating open market pricing systems for a’la carte medical services, which could advance the work that the Trump administration has done to require providers to make pricing for their services public. That strategy is seen as key to creating a price competitive atmosphere between providers.

What a joke. Mitt Romney proved once again that he couldn’t care less about America or the constituents who voted him in.

We also have to keep in mind that the meltdown from the radical left will likely be very loud if this goes through.

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