The Department of Health and Human Services would suffer a $15.1 billion reduction in its Fiscal Year 2018 budget, and the National Institutes of Health would see its budget cut by $5.8 billion, according to a just-released plan from the Trump Administration.
While the document provides few details on what these budget decreases would mean for IT initiatives at HHS and NIH, at a macro level the budget cuts would be devastating for both agencies, say industry groups.
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