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The Public Policy Institute informs and stimulates public debate on the issues we face as we age.

The Institute promotes the development of sound, creative policies to address our common need for economic security, health care, and quality of life.

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Policy Issues

Social Security. Medicare. Health costs. Consumer fraud. Caregiving. Aging in your community. Find analysis and perspectives on these and other issues from experts at the Public Policy Institute.

Bold New Approaches to Social Security Reform in the 21st Century

A Policy Forum Convened by the National Academy of Social Insurance and AARP

October 19, 2017, 10:00 am — 3:00 pm

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

Initiatives

Learn about PPI’s Future of Work @ 50 + initiative, explore our new State Retirement Savings Resource Center, get the latest from the Center to Champion Nursing in America, a collaborative effort with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Experts

PPI experts cover a wide range of issues from Social Security and Medicare to health reform, livable communities, consumer protection, long-term care, caregiving, financial security and more.

Livability Index

How livable is your community?

Data

Social Security and Medicare data, employment statistics, health indicators, housing profiles, caregiving data, demographic stats, data on state performance delivering services and much more.

About PPI

The Public Policy Institute (PPI), focal point of public policy analysis and development at AARP, works to design policies that have a significant impact on improving life for older Americans.

AARP Public Policies

Learn about AARP’s policy positions and our policy development process.

Future of Nursing Campaign

PPI is home to the Center to Champion Nursing in America — a joint initiative of AARP, AARP Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The center coordinates the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, a nationwide initiative to transform health care through nursing.

Connect With Us

Susan's Blog

Senior Vice President Susan Reinhard blogs about recent reports and topics such as caregiving and nursing.

Thinking Policy Blog

PPI Issue Experts blog policy analysis and research on topics such as financial security, health care, and quality of life.