Tag Archives: bipartisanship

The CHRONIC Care Act Passes Senate, Obstacles Remain

This post outlines the key components of the CHRONIC Care Act passed by the Senate, assesses its outlook in the House, and considers what its progress may tell us about the prospect for more bipartisan action on health care in the future.

October 5, 2017

Solving The Problem Of Bipartisan Health Care Reform

Bipartisan legislation is needed to ensure the viability of the current health care system. The Problem Solvers have made a great start towards legislation that can be supported by both parties.

August 22, 2017

Suggestions For A Bipartisan Approach On Health Care

There are many differences between the ACA and GOP replacement proposals, and details matter. Nonetheless, the similarities provide a starting point for discussion that could bring about compromise on health reform.

August 10, 2017

What Now?: A Four Step Plan For Bipartisan Health Reform

In four broad steps, we have an opportunity to move past partisan bickering and put our health care system on stronger footing.

April 4, 2017

Five Lessons From The AHCA’s Demise

Legislative efforts have a lifespan but our health care system does not. So whether we are still rejoicing or recriminating, let’s take a look at some timeless principles we can apply to the ongoing effort to improve health care in the United States.

March 27, 2017

The Opioid Abuse Crisis Is A Rare Area Of Bipartisan Consensus

There are few examples where Democrats and Republicans in Congress, as well as those among the public who identify with the two parties, agree on a set of policies. One of these exceptions involves policies to address the opioid abuse crisis facing the country today.

September 12, 2016