The Congressional Budget Office released worrisome long-term projections on Tuesday that deserve to be a central focus for the 2016 presidential candidates.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently completed a review of the process used by the government to determine payment rates for over 7,000 services provided by doctors.
In the face of a veto threat from President Obama, the Senate is expected to vote this week on a defense authorization bill.
A new survey reinforces a growing body of evidence that many Americans are unprepared for retirement.
Although lawmakers have included some retirement reforms in this year’s defense authorization bills, they fell back into old habits by rejecting modest changes in TRICARE, the health care
If you went to the doctor but left with only a diagnosis, you might wish some possible remedies had been offered as well.
Last week the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) released a report that focused on opportunities for investing in prevention as a way to improve health outcomes and reduce health care costs.
Demonstrating the wide range of options available to put the federal budget on a more responsible course, the Peter G.
First Budget, a nonpartisan effort to raise awareness of the nation’s fiscal challenges during the 2016 presidential campaign, is already making its presence felt in Iowa and New Hampshir