Please join the Bipartisan Policy Center for a speech from Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar II on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. on the Administration’s healthcare priorities. The event will be webcast. ***Advanced registration is…
Members of BPC’s Governors’ Council talked with the HHS Assistant Secretary about the response to the opioid epidemic and the latest from the states.
Federal health and housing policies should be more tightly linked to improve the health outcomes and quality of life for vulnerable Americans.
BPC’s proposal also explains the federal budgetary cost of each recommendation and provides a menu of policy options Congress could enact to offset any new spending.
BPC’s Future of Health Care experts present a set of policies they see as having the most potential for meaningful short-term policy impact. They have identified some key areas where ongoing legislative changes should be made to make health care in America more affordable, accessible, reliable, and sustainable over the long-term, all the while retaining adequate incentives for innovation.
This BPC Deep Dive examines what CSR subsidies are and how these subsidy payments are affected by current legal and political uncertainty.
The FY2018 President’s Budget for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has significant implications for medicine, public health, and science.
When Medicare and Medicaid services are well-coordinated, patients with care-sensitive ambulatory conditions have fewer hospitalizations and emergency room visits.