What are the fundamental problems with the process that the Joint Select Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform will need to address?
Statement from BPC’s Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care following the unsuccessful effort of the Senate to pass the Health Care Freedom Act.
Statement from the Bipartisan Policy Center Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care
The current political debate on health care is in part the result of the inability of the parties to work together and compromise.
Extending the cost-sharing reductions is necessary to make sure that Americans continue to have access to affordable health insurance in the individual market.
Washington, D.C.– The Bipartisan Policy Center is intensifying its efforts to serve as a resource to policymakers and to develop effective and politically viable solutions to our nation’s health care challenges. BPC has convened a bipartisan group of leading national…
Access to affordable, quality health care, at a cost that the U.S. economy can sustain, is a bipartisan goal.
Too many federal budget decisions reflect only short-run considerations and fail to address looming fiscal threats.