The transition away from fee-for-service to more coordinated systems of care will benefit beneficiaries across the Medicare program, and particularly those living with chronic conditions.
In recent years, several members of Congress have proposed comprehensive tax reforms, all of which would affect the cost of electricity.
Both the long-term fiscal health of our country and the short-term functioning of our government depend on clear tax policy emanating from Congress.
The Senate Finance Committee hearing comes just months after BPC officially launched its Commission on Retirement Security and Personal Savings.
Access to information about the patient helps inform clinical decision-making at the point of care and between visits.
On Wednesday morning, the Bipartisan Policy Center will launch the Personal Savings Initiative (register to join us here). The initiative will be led by former Senator Kent Conrad, who served as chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, and James Lockhart, who served as deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration and other key roles in the executive branch. Their effort will be supported by a bipartisan commission of nationally recognized experts who will examine legislative and regulatory avenues to improve Americans’ personal savings and retirement security.
BPC’s Health Innovation Initiative held a policy forum in collaboration with Intel to explore the potential that “big data” holds to improve both the delivery of care and the health and wellness of individuals.
BPC believes a phase-out of the renewables production tax credit must accompany a phase-out of all energy-specific tax expenditures