I guess he feels like he's done such a great job in his actual job, it's time for him to branch out and help in other fields?
Bolstering the performance of the baby boomers coupled with rapidly rising heath care costs are accounting for an ever-growing share of both personal and government budgets — strains that will become increasingly burdensome unless changes are made, the Fed chief warned.is one of the biggest challenges facing the country, said Monday.New medical technologies and treatments are allowing people to live healthier, longer and more productive lives. However, the aging of millions of
Challenges, he said, fall into three major areas: improving controlling costs.for the 47 million Americans — or about 16 percent of the population — who ; bolstering the quality of care; and
"Improving the performance of ouris without a doubt one of the most important challenges our nation faces," Bernanke said in remarks to a summit on organized by a Senate panel on Capitol Hill.
The Fed chief didn't talk about the Fed's next move on interest rates or the state of the U.S. economy in his speech or during a brief question and answer session afterward.Here is the full story, and in closing let me offer Ben this piece of advice: Zapatero! a sus Zapatos! (translation here)