Better integration of health and housing policy should be a bipartisan goal.
Bipartisanship in Action: Senate Finance Leaders Reach Deal to Extend Children’s Health Insurance Program
BPC President Jason Grumet’s statement regarding the bipartisan agreement to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for five years.
Anand Parekh and Katherine Hayes write about the Bipartisan Policy Center’s falls prevention policy proposal to tackle this public health challenge.
An estimated 3.65 million Medicare beneficiaries who live in community settings and have three or more chronic conditions and functional or cognitive impairment.
The Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act would modify some of the existing retirement tax incentives in ways that would improve access to retirement savings.
Financial insecurity can cause many hard-working savers to prematurely withdraw funds from their retirement accounts for unexpected needs.