These are UPCOMING events, relative to today's date.
Americans’ number one financial worry is their ability to prepare for retirement. While saving a sufficient amount is one major challenge, another is making those savings last through longer retirements, which may include the need for expensive long-term services and supports (LTSS).
With the JPOA deadline for the negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran rapidly approaching, what questions remain unanswered and what next steps should Congress be considering in response to any scenario?
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) for a series of discussions on nuclear waste in the Midwest. The first panel will discuss transportation issues associated with the movement of nuclear waste, such as transportation readiness, emergency preparedness and safety. The second panel will include representatives of local communities and state regulatory agencies who will analyze the resulting consequences of the lack of progress on addressing nuclear waste in their state and communities.
Health information technology (IT) plays a critical role in improving the health and wellness of individuals and the quality, cost-effectiveness and patient experience of care. Calls for a risk-based, regulatory framework for health IT that promotes innovation, protects patient safety and avoids regulatory duplication have been bipartisan.