Bipartisanship is key to reforming healthcare, but as long as division exists, no true gains will be made.
The article, “Paving a Bipartisan Path on Health Care Reform” by Richard Nathan discusses how reforms can be found if people work together. The article states,
Can we overcome the polarized politics of health care and find a way forward? I believe we can. From my days as research director for President Lyndon Johnson’s National Commission on Civil Disorders to my time in the Nixon administration, my work at the Brookings Institution to my service with the Manpower Development Research Corporation and the Rockefeller Institute of Government, I have spent most of my career as a public administration scholar-practitioner working with leading state and federal lawmakers, governors, and presidential candidates in both parties.
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