While Republicans and Democrats disagree on solutions to improve quality, lower costs, and increase access to care in our health care system, they do agree that changes are needed. The Bipartisan Policy Center’s Future of Health Care Initiative, a bipartisan group of leading experts in the field, will discuss the current state of polarization among policymakers, the prevailing views of each party’s vision of a sustainable system, and will release a set of shared principles they believe can serve as a guide in identifying bipartisan solutions in health care reform.
Please join us July 25 at the National Press Club as BPC’s Future of Health Care expert panel members discuss the current political environment and unveil their Statement of Common Understanding. The event will also include the release of the results of a national survey conducted by BPC, which gauges what individuals prioritize in their health care.
Can’t join us in person? The event will be webcast on this page.
Sen. Tom Daschle
Former Senate Majority Leader
Strategic Advisor, Baker Donelson
Former Secretary of the Senate
Resident Fellow and Milton Friedman Chair, American Enterprise Institute
President, Jennings Policy Strategies
Former Senior Advisor to the President for Health Policy
Co-Founder and President, Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity