At the Alliance for Health Reform’s recent briefing examining various options to finance coverage expansions and reforms to both the delivery system and insurance markets, Engelberg Center Director Mark McClellan focused on a new path forward to health reform, based on his work with the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).
During his remarks, McClellan addressed several key issues the BPC focused on in developing politically viable and budget neutral policy solutions to reform, including: promoting high-quality, high-value care; making health insurance available and affordable; emphasizing personal responsibility for health and wellness; and ensuring a real, workable, and sustainable approach to financing.
A Bipartisan Plan on Health Care? Try Two
Washington Post, Ruth Marcus
July 29, 2009