Statement from BPC’s Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care following the unsuccessful effort of the Senate to pass the Health Care Freedom Act.
Statement from the Bipartisan Policy Center Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care
This is the second in a series of public events to assess market dynamics and policy opportunities for improving access to health insurance and affordability of coverage. As insurers determine whether to continue participation in the individual health insurance market,…
The current political debate on health care is in part the result of the inability of the parties to work together and compromise.
BPC continued its series on affordable medicines, examining the role of federal government policy on pharmaceutical innovation, market competition, and costs.
Educational Series on Affordable Medicines: Impact of Federal Policy on Innovation, Competition, and Costs
The forum was the second in a series examining how private sector decisions and public sector policies impact the prices of drugs and their costs to the health care system.
As Congress considers reforms to the way physicians are paid through Medicare, BPC has released recommendations that could help move America’s health care delivery system away from fee-for-service to a more organized system of care.
Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) and CMS Chief Medical Officer Dr. Patrick Conway to Headline BPC Forum on Alternative Payment Models to Improve Quality and Value of Health Care in America.