Business Roundtable is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies working to promote a thriving economy and expanded opportunity for all Americans through sound public policy.
An affordable, innovative and efficient health care system is an essential factor in ensuring a better quality of life for all Americans and a more productive and competitive U.S. workforce. Likewise, stable and predictable policies that promote retirement security and economic growth help ensure a reasonable standard of living for most Americans in retirement and make the United States a more attractive location for skilled workers and businesses. Business Roundtable supports policies that will improve the affordability and quality of U.S. health care and strengthen retirement security.
Recent Activities in Health & Retirement
Business Roundtable CEOs today released a vision for transforming U.S. health care and a framework for how to do it in a new report, Driving Innovation in the Health Care Marketplace. Their recommendations for improving the quality, delivery and cost of health care in America are informed by innovations already being implemented in their companies.
The Trustees for Medicare and Social Security Report is a call to action, not an excuse for complacency. Despite slightly improving near-term trends, the long-term outlook remains a concern.
The Business Roundtable encourages you to support legislation that does not apply Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements upon employer-sponsored health care coverage for those employees and their families who work outside of the United States.
Business Roundtable (BRT) today issued a statement from Gary Loveman, Chairman, President and CEO of Caesars Entertainment and Chair of BRT’s Health and Retirement Committee, in response to the release of Medicare Physician Payment Data by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS):
The Business Roundtable is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies. Together, our member companies employ more than 16 million individuals and provide health care coverage to over 40 million American workers, retirees, and their families