In a recent interview with TIME, President Donald Trump was asked about the possibility of seeing a single payer healthcare system.
“You’ll see a lot of that,” he responded.
Trump also discussed the health care reform bill passed by the House of Representatives.
The measure has been described as a “major piece” of legislation, but many Democrats have expressed concerns about its potential impact on healthcare.
In the interview, Trump noted that he and his administration have not yet taken a final decision on whether to sign onto the legislation.
“We have not made a decision on the legislation yet, but we have been working very closely with the health insurance industry, which is really going to decide,” he said.
“I will tell you that we are not there yet.”
He went on to add that it’s important to keep healthcare options open.
“In my opinion, we have to be very careful, because we’ve got to be careful about what happens to the individual insurance market,” he added.
In addition to healthcare, Trump also spoke about his plans for the next year.
He will hold a meeting with Congressional leaders on Monday to discuss how to continue working on the healthcare reform legislation.