November 29, 2022
2022 Post-midterm election report | What to expect in health policy
After more than a week of uncertainty, Republicans on November 16, secured the 218 seats needed to control the House of Representatives, ushering in a new era of divided government, with Republicans controlling the House and Democrats narrowly controlling the Senate and White House. While the size of each party's majority may change as the remaining House races and the December 6 Senate runoff in Georgia are called, the split chambers have implications for health policy in both the lame-duck session and the 118th Congress.
This EY publication, attached below, will explore expected leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate leadership and key congressional committees with jurisdiction over health care, as well as health policies to watch for potential inclusion in a year-end spending package and possible health policy priorities going forward.
What to expect in health policy