This is a free market health care model. If you want a special procedure done, then you seek out a specialist.
Can I see this specific case so I understand the particulars?
What rights is he trying to remove?
It doesn't "Allow discrimination". Discrimination is legally defined as,
"Discrimination can be the effect of some law or established practice that confers privileges on a certain class or denies privileges to a certain class because of race, age, sex, nationality, religion, or handicap. Federal law, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, prohibits employment discrimination based on any one of those characteristics."
Gender identity fits none of these criteria.
This provision gives facilities the protection to choose how they want to handle the situation. These individuals will get a place to stay, just maybe not where they want.
Once again, this is a private protection matter, not a federal one.
"To the extent allowed by federal law, no private childplacing agency shall be required to perform, assist, counsel, recommend, consent to, refer, or participate in any placement of a child for foster care or adoption when the proposed placement would violate the agency's written religious or moral convictions or policies."
This is still what I don't understand. You are okay removing the rights from people, to ensure rights for other people? Why?