Today, most national polls show that a majority of Americans believe individuals and families pay too much for health care, and it’s their top concern in the 2020 election. As candidates battle over polarized proposals to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or convert to a “Medicare-for-All” system, BPC’s Future of Health Care leaders offer a practical, bipartisan path forward.
Join us on February 5th as BPC releases a comprehensive package of recommendations that builds on America’s current health care system. This policy prescription will lower the cost of health care for Americans, reduce health insurance premiums, increase coverage, reduce prescription drug costs, and lower payment rates to some hospitals in anti-competitive markets.
BPC’s Future of Health Care Initiative began in 2017 with a bipartisan group of leading experts, co-chaired by former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle and Bill Frist, M.D., and former Medicare and Medicaid administrators Andy Slavitt and Gail Wilensky.
Former Senate Majority Leader | BPC Co-Founder
Bill Frist, M.D.
Former Senate Majority Leader | BPC Senior Fellow
BPC Senior Advisor | Former Acting Administrator, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Senior Fellow, Project Hope | Former Administrator, Health Care Financing Administration (Now CMS)
BPC Fellow | Strategic Advisor, Baker Donelson
Resident Fellow, Milton Friedman Chair, American Enterprise Institute
BPC Fellow | Founder and President, Jennings Policy Strategies
Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLC | Former Director, Center for Medicaid
BPC Senior Advisor | President and Co-Founder, The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity
Read the full report here.