A discussion about challenges to immigrant communities accessing health care and social services—including cultural, linguistic, coverage, and other barriers—and how this impacts broader population health and well-being.
As the ACA’s sixth open-enrollment period under the health law approaches in November, the lack of in-person assistance is unlikely to be a disaster for people seeking coverage.
On June 19 BPC hosted a presentation by staff of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on their updated health care coverage model.
This paper details the findings from BPC’s outreach efforts in 2017 during which we spoke with over 90 national thought leaders, health care providers and other key stakeholders about the current state of rural health care in the Upper Midwest.
To better understand the challenges and opportunities rural communities face with health care delivery and infrastructure, the Bipartisan Policy Center led an effort over the past 6 months to learn from those on the ground working to improve patient care….
BPC Statement on President Trump’s Decision to Stop Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments to Health Insurers
The decision by President Trump to immediately stop payment of the cost-sharing subsidies provided through the Affordable Care Act is very short-sighted.
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.
The opportunity for HRSA to play a substantially larger role in health care transformation and public health revitalization cannot be understated.