From a lynchpin of the Affordable Care Act to a decades-old drug research tax credit, lawmakers had considered several provisions that would impact healthcare. Not all survived. The healthcare impacts of the GOP’s tax reform plan came into focus over the weekend after lawmakers from the House and Senate unveiled their reconciled version of the bill Friday evening. Dire headlines had warned that millions could lose health coverage and hospitals could lose access to low-cost financing options if either chamber’s bill were to become law. The reconciled bill—which is widely expected to pass this week—drew a partial sigh of relief from some industry stakeholders. Here are four key healthcare-related provisions of the nearly 1,100-page bill.