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Posted: October 12, 2007 in News & Press Releases
We welcome Senator John McCain to the national health care debate. As he notes, health care is the top domestic issue keeping Americans up at night. Likewise, it is the number one cost driver for America's top businesses. We all agree on the magnitude of the problem and we are pleased that Senator McCain is adding his perspective on proposed solutions.
Posted: September 19, 2007 in News & Press Releases
Business Roundtable, an association of 160 chief executives whose companies provide health care for more than 35 million Americans, today released the results of "Doing Well through Wellness." This new study showcases how leading American companies' wellness and prevention initiatives are reducing health care system costs for all and providing employees with tools to stay healthy.
Posted: September 18, 2007 in News & Press Releases
Senator Clinton, like many of the presidential candidates, has advanced the national health care conversation with the announcement of her plan to deliver affordable, quality health insurance to all Americans. We share her goal of all Americans having access to coverage. We will carefully review her plan to ensure that it 'does no harm' to our many employees who have private health insurance coverage and that no American who currently has health insurance would lose it. As we further evaluate the details of her plan, we look forward to hearing from the other candidates and continuing this important dialogue.
Posted: August 29, 2007 in News & Press Releases
Business Roundtable welcomes Governor Romney's entry into the health care debate. America's health care system costs more than any other in the world, creating a tremendous obstacle for American companies striving to stay competitive in our increasingly global economy. We are pleased that Governor Romney has carried his message of change to the national stage.
Posted: August 10, 2007 in News & Press Releases
Business Roundtable welcomes Governor Richardson's entry into the health care debate. America's current health system is an obstacle in our country's quest to remain competitive in an evolving global economy and we applaud Governor Richardson for recognizing the 'economic imperative' of addressing this issue.