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Statement by BPC’s Future of Health Care Experts on Senate’s Unsuccessful Health Care Vote

Health / Press Release July 28, 2017

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.

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BPC Health Policy Experts Urge Congress to Extend CSR Subsidies by Mid-August

Health / Press Release July 24, 2017

Statement from the Bipartisan Policy Center Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care

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BPC and Health Affairs Blog Series

Health / News June 9, 2017

This five-part BPC and Health Affairs Blog series examines current issues and care models in the delivery system reform effort.

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BPC’s Next Steps for Improving Health Care in America

Health / Press Release May 4, 2017

The current political debate on health care is in part the result of the inability of the parties to work together and compromise.

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Domenici and Rivlin: Congressional Budget Process Is Broken

Economy / News July 24, 2015

In nearly half of the past two decades, Congress failed to pass a budget agreement — the essential step in following its own rules for budget decision-making.

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Former budget leaders push Congress to revamp process

Economy / News July 20, 2015

Two former leaders in the congressional budget process are laying out their recommendations for reforming a process that say “urgently needs repair.”

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Frist and Rivlin: The Power of Prevention

Health / News May 28, 2015

U.S. health care reform should focus on prevention efforts to cut skyrocketing costs.

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Cost of Care: Health care industry’s old models are crumbling

Health / News January 26, 2015

Fee-for-service medicine was an impregnable fortress fiercely defended by American physicians for a century. Now it’s crumbling.

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Finally, Modest Progress Toward Long-Term Care Financing Reform

/ News April 9, 2014

For the first time in years, there is hope that the U.S. can create a new model to help families finance long-term supports and services. The solution isn’t yet visible, and lawmakers won’t address the issue any time soon. But…

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Only a comprehensive plan will fix the debt

Antonio R. Villaraigosa / News November 25, 2013

The needless government shutdown and the almost-catastrophic default showdown should have taught our elected leaders in Washington some lessons. Among these is that what’s good for the goose isn’t always good for the gander: a handful of anti-government, Tea Party…

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