Federal health and housing policies should be more tightly linked to improve the health outcomes and quality of life for vulnerable Americans.
In order to comprehensively tackle the opioid epidemic, it is critical that states and communities have a federal partner that is itself coordinated.
In 2016 alone, 2.1 million Americans had an opioid use disorder and 42,249 Americans died from overdosing on opioids, 116 every day.
Washington, D.C.– The Bipartisan Policy Center finds alarming a Washington Post report that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is planning to alter the agency’s approach for communicating about evidence-based and science-based practices by no longer referencing…
Better integration of health and housing policy should be a bipartisan goal.
The opportunity for HRSA to play a substantially larger role in health care transformation and public health revitalization cannot be understated.
Bill Frist and Dr. Anand Parekh urge Congress to protect America’s bipartisan tradition of helping people escape the lethal clutches of extreme poverty.
Join us July 25 for the second in a series of educational forums on comparative effectiveness research that will discuss federal funding levels, private sector leadership, regulatory barriers, dissemination & uptake of research results, and new areas for research.