The 2022 election proved once again that the United States is a divided nation. With a new Congress with very narrow margins of victory, the rule of the day is a divided government.
While one could assume that little will be accomplished in the absence of a strong majority, there are a host of health care issues with bipartisan backing. With both parties needing to show wins heading into the 2024 presidential election cycle, what follows are five policy areas in health care that we believe should be tackled.
- From Shortages to Stability: Caring for the Health Care Workforce
- From Talk to Action: Closing Gaps In Care
- From Just In Time To Just In Case: Supply Chain Reforms
- From Manual to Tech-Enabled: Modernizing Prior Authorization
- From Scarcity To Sustainability: Ensuring Predictable Health Care Funding