This article claims that
The Trump administration is moving to scrap an Obama-era policy that protected LGBTQ patients from discrimination.
However the proposal in question claims it would only be removing unenforceable provisions which were therefore not actually protecting LGBT individuals:
Because the preliminary injunction continues to be in effect, HHS cannot, and has not since the date of the injunction, enforced the rule’s provisions the court said are likely unlawful. The proposed rule would revise the provisions subject to those injunctions to conform with the plain understanding recognized by the court.
The provision also seems to only be changing provisions affecting trans individuals (and non-English speaking individuals, but that is out of scope of this question), not other part of the LGBTQ community.
My question is would this proposal actually remove existing protections, or otherwise make it legal for doctors to discriminate against LGBT individuals as the article claims?