Election 2024 Resource Center - McDermott+Consulting

ELECTION 2024

RESOURCE CENTER

Election years bring change and complexity to the health policy landscape in Congress and the executive branch.

McDermott+Consulting is here to help you navigate the legislative and regulatory environment and prepare you for what’s around the corner for health policy. This resource center provides information on key topics related to the 2024 election and its impact on health policymaking.

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An Election for the Ages: Conventional Wisdom Versus Historical Context

Updated February 15 We anticipate a hotly contested presidential election and intense battle for Congress in 2024 – and before those races get under way, it is worth taking a moment to consider the conventional wisdom, historical context and, frankly, the unconventional times in which we live.

Congressional Retirement Tracker

Updated February 9 — Download our tracker of announced retirements from the Senate and House of Representatives. This tracker also notes if a legislator is seeking higher office as well as vacancies due to resignation/expulsion, with special election dates.

Calendar of Primaries and Key Dates for Health Policy

Updated February 13 — Download and print our handy calendar of primaries and key dates for health policy to stay on top of important deadlines for healthcare extenders, key primary dates and more.

Regulatory Calendar: CMS Payment Rules for 2024

Updated January 26 — Download our regulatory calendar detailing the expected timeline for release, comment period and finalization of the annual Medicare and Marketplace rules.

Healthcare Extenders in an Election Year

Updated January 22 — Download our chart that tracks healthcare programs requiring congressional action between now and 2032, and highlights related recent congressional action on each.

Regs During an Election Year: What’s on the Menu?

In the January 25 edition of Regs & Eggs, Jeffrey Davis and Leigh Feldman discuss the beginning stages of the Biden administration’s regulatory agenda during this election year, including some of the recent regs and initiatives that have been released.

Health Policy Outlook for 2024

Many factors will affect health policy this year—funding the federal government, a closely divided congress, a new speaker of the house and a presidential election year, to name a few. Download our report to learn what’s ahead for health policy in 2024.

Three Variables That Will Influence the 2024 Presidential Election

We anticipate that, by Election Day, people are as likely to say they’re voting against a candidate as they are to say that they’re voting for someone they support. With that in mind, we believe three variables will be extremely influential on the campaigns and, ultimately, the election outcome.

Looking Forward: Top Policy Areas for 2024

In the January 4 edition of Regs & Eggs, Jeffrey Davis, Rachel Stauffer, Kayla Holgash and Deborah Godes lay out some of the main regulatory issues (both new and old) that McDermottPlus will be tracking over the next year.

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