Document: Proposals To Reduce Health Care Spending And The Deficit

Before the May 25 2011 Fiscal Summit, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation sought ideas on solutions for “America’s unsustainable long-term fiscal challenges” from six groups that spanned the political spectrum: the American Enterprise Institute, the Bipartisan Policy Center, the Center for American Progress, the Economic Policy Institute, The Heritage Foundation, and the Roosevelt Institute. Ideas included major changes to Medicare and Medicaid, adding a public option to buy insurance or for repealing the health law entirely.

The foundation put out a document of all the plans, and included a summary table of the highlights:

Document: Proposals To Reduce Health Care Spending And The Deficit

Document: Proposals To Reduce Health Care Spending And The Deficit

Document: Proposals To Reduce Health Care Spending And The Deficit