Press Releases

Business Initiative for Health Policy (BIHP): Trump’s Drug Pricing Plan a Dud

“A patchwork of private corporations like insurance companies and PBMs do not have the same power or incentive to negotiate on behalf of the American people as Medicare.”

Business Initiative for Health Policy: Blaming Trump for Healthcare Costs Isn’t Enough

If we want a system that has universal coverage, is fiscally sustainable, and can withstand the political whims of the White House, we need Medicare for All”.

Business Initiative for Health Policy: Medicare Part E is close, but not far enough

While we laud any efforts by Congress to insure more Americans, Medicare for All is the only fiscally sustainable way to achieve universal health care.

Business Initiative for Health Policy Hosts Premier of “Big Money Agenda: Democracy on the Brink”

This is the third film from Executive Producer Richard Master, who is the founder of BIHP and previously produced “Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point” and “Big Pharma: Market Failure”.

Business Initiative for Health Policy Applauds Rep. Ellison as new lead sponsor of HR 676

“If you even take a cursory glance at accelerating health care price inflation, rising cost sharing for the sick and disabled, and falling life expectancy, it is clearly time for a new approach to financing America’s health care system.

Business Initiative for Health Policy Announces Board of Advisors

These business leaders, policy experts, medical professionals, and activists have all interacted extensively with different sectors of the healthcare industry, and bring a wide array of experience and perspectives to the table.

Business Initiative for Health Policy Condemns Alex Azar’s Confirmation as HHS Secretary

“By nominating Alex Azar, Donald Trump is breaking his campaign promise. By confirming him, the Senate is failing their constituents who desperately need affordable prescription drugs.”

Business Leaders Rip Healthcare Cuts in Senate Budget

“This budget proposal targets the most vulnerable people in our society and would devastate the American healthcare system”

Business Leaders Speak Out Against Executive Order on Healthcare

“When we most need a comprehensive approach to reform, what we are getting is a ‘take the money and run’ strategy from the White House.”

Business Initiative for Health Policy Condemns Graham-Cassidy

“This bill would be bad for the individuals who lose access to health care, bad for business people, bad for taxpayers — bad for everyone.”