Issues and Advocacy
Reform of the U.S. Health Care System
House to Schedule Single-Payer Hearings
HR Policy Seeks Greater Flexibility in Health Reimbursement Account Proposal
2019 Outlook: What Will Be Different?
Trump Administration Report Calls for Modernizing HSAs and Increasing Transparency
House Chair Profile: Richard Neal, Presumptive Chair of Ways and Means Committee, a Strong ACA Defender
IRS Opens Door to Defined Contribution Approach to Health Benefits
HR Policy Member Company Testifies on Reducing Health Care Costs Through Innovation
Single Payer Supporters Want House Vote Next Year
One Pundit’s Projection on Election Implications: “Greater Acrimony, More Extreme Positions”
HR Policy Member Companies Join Government Efforts Combatting Opioid Epidemic
Races to Watch: Medicare for All Becomes a Defining Issue for Democrats
Proposed Rule Would Expand Use of Health Reimbursement Arrangements
Fall Regulatory Agenda Sets Stage for 2019
Senators Propose Bipartisan Measure to Shift Excess Costs of Surprise Medical Bills to Health Plans
Senate Passes Bill Prohibiting Pharmacy “Gag Clauses” for Employer Health Plans
HR Policy Charts Course for the Future at Washington Policy Conference
Bob Woodward Launches "Fear" Book Tour at Washington Policy Conference
Fall Outlook: Midterm Elections Hold Key to Long-Term Outlook for Critical HR Policy Issues
Health Care: Beyond Opioids, Are Bipartisan Reforms Possible?
Single Payer: Will it Cost $32 Trillion or Save $2 Trillion?