U.S. Senate Chamber U.S. Senate Chamber. (Photo: Courtesy Architect of the Capitol)

Although the final votes are still being counted, Democrats will continue to control the U.S. Senate, and it is likely that Republicans will have a narrow majority in the House. As a result, dramatic changes in health care policy are unlikely during the next Congress.

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