America has the most advanced health care in the world, in large part due to private sector-led innovation and employer-sponsored healthcare coverage. While Americans benefit tremendously from ongoing advancements in bioscience, technology, and care, we continue to wrestle with the challenge of making quality health care more affordable, more accessible, and more reliable for all Americans. At the U.S. Chamber, we’re pushing for value-based healthcare solutions that reduce costs and reward quality outcomes.
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- How Employers Can Advance Women's Mental Health in the WorkplaceTaryn Byrd, senior director for Kate Spade New York, discusses the role leadership can play in advancing women’s mental health in the workplace.
- Important Things Businesses Should Know About Endemic COVID-19As the CDC changes pandemic guidelines and cases decline across the country, experts believe we are entering the “endemic” phase of COVID-19. Here’s what that means.
- Treating Obesity Shows the True Value of 'Value Medicine'Breakthroughs in life science also have the potential to help businesses grow the economy, address health disparities, and more. One such example: anti-obesity medications.
Nearly 3 Million Americans at Risk of Losing their Employer-Sponsored Coverage under Proposed Reconciliation Reforms
At this point in time, when many businesses and workers are still recovering from the pandemic, any policy reforms should be strengthening employer-sponsored coverage, not weakening it.
The U.S. Chamber is promoting effective private sector solutions to our health care challenges. These solutions will help control costs, expand access, and improve the quality of care. We support policy that strengthens the employer-based model of coverage, through which 180 million Americans receive—and overwhelmingly like—their health care.
Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Dr. Albert Bourla discusses how innovations made in the pursuit of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine have led to new advancements in health care.
- Workforce6th Annual Military Spouse Employment SummitWednesday, May 1801:00 PM EDT - 04:00 PM EDT
- Improving GovernmentCommon Grounds: Spotlight on Bipartisan LegislatingThursday, May 1911:00 AM EDT - 12:00 PM EDT
- WorkforceTPM National Learning Network Summit Spring 2022Thursday, May 1911:00 AM EDT - 02:00 PM EDT
- May 12, 2022PACT Members Reaffirm Importance of Employer-Sponsored Health Care Coverage
"Any kind of Medicare for All plan, including a public option, is a recipe for chaos in the American healthcare system."
- Apr 11, 2022U.S. Chamber Letter on the Nomination of Robert Gordon to be Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources at the Department of Health and Human Services
This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the United States Senate, supporting the Nomination of Robert Gordon to be Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources at the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Mar 16, 2022On the Road to Global Vaccinations, the Last Mile Remains the Hardest
As business delivers on the promise to manufacture safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for everyone, challenges persist on getting shots to everyone who needs one.
- Feb 23, 2022Global Business Community Letter to WHO Member States
The global business community sent a letter to World Health Organization member states on the launch of a new international health instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response.
- Dec 22, 2021U.S. Chamber Comments on Expanding Free At-home COVID-19 Testing
These comments were sent to Members of the United States Congress on expanding free at-home COVID testing.
- Nov 18, 2021Coalition Letter on Reconciliation
This Coalition letter was sent to the Members of the United States Congress, opposing H.R. 5376, the reconciliation bill.
- Nov 18, 2021U.S. Chamber Key Vote Letter on H.R. 5376, the Reconciliation Bill
This Key Vote Alert! letter was sent to the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, opposing H.R. 5376, the reconciliation bill.
- Nov 10, 2021U.S. Chamber Letter on the Reconciliation Legislation's Budgetary Impact
This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the United States Congress, on the budgetary impact of H.R. 5376, the reconciliation bill.