A new report released today by the Bipartisan Policy Center examines the major barriers to integrating clinical health care and mental health services in the United States.
BPC’s Hoagland and Hayes on Failure to Include Health Insurance Legislation in House Spending Bill for Fiscal Year 2018
Statement on the failure of the House of Representatives to include funding for improving the affordability of the individual insurance market in the government’s spending bill.
Deficit hawks might not like the recent budget deal, but it brings hope to people living with disabilities and chronic illness.
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.
This report provides a status update on the Financial Alignment Initiative. The Financial Alignment Initiative was launched in 2011 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in partnership with states and insurance plans to test how to better manage and coordinate Medicare and Medicaid services.
BPC believes it is imperative to fund health insurance cost-sharing subsidy (CSR) payments before Congress leaves for August recess.
Paying for long-term care is a major financial challenge and heavy burden for many individuals and families living in the United States, often depleting their retirement savings. Today, the Bipartisan Policy Center releases its second set of recommendations for improving the financing and delivery of long-term care.
Anand Parekh and Katherine Hayes write about the Bipartisan Policy Center’s falls prevention policy proposal to tackle this public health challenge.