Senior Research Fellow, Health Policy Studies
Director, Center for Health Policy Studies and Preston A. Wells, Jr. Fellow
Senior Research Fellow Ed Haislmaier discusses how Obamacare is causing insurers to limit doctor and hospital choices for Americans on Fox Business' 'The Willis Report'.
Senior Policy Analyst Chris Jacobs discusses the implications of Obamacare and the need to defund the law on Fox Business' 'The Willis Report'.
Senior Research Fellow Ed Haislmaier discusses the Obamacare exchanges on Fox Business Network's 'Cavuto'.
Healthy Policy Analyst Chris Jacobs discusses the possibility of patient group sessions under Obamacare on Fox Business' 'Cavuto'.
Research Associate Alyene Senger discusses the problems with Obamacare 'Navigators' in The Blaze's 'Wilkow!'
Senior Research Fellow Ed Haislmaier discusses the illegal exemptions from Obamacare on Fox Business Network's 'The Willis Report'.
Senior Research Fellow Ed Haislmaier discusses the Obamacare regulations that allow employers to charge workers more for health care coverage if they don't meet certain
Senior Fellow Bob Moffit discusses eligibility ages and benefits of Medicare and how to reform the system without harming recipients on MPT's Inside E Street.
Kathryn Nix comments on medical over-treatment on WKTV
Nina Owcharenko discusses healthcare reform in Rep. Paul Ryan's budget on Fox Business.
The Center for Health Policy Studies conducts thorough policy analyses and develops major policy prescriptions to expand health insurance coverage, make health insurance portable and affordable, restore the traditional doctor–patient relationship, and improve the quality of care.
Our vision is clear: The people of the United States should enjoy the world’s best health care, taking advantage of the fruits of America’s leadership in medical science and technology and the indisputable excellence of America’s physicians and other medical professionals.
Center for Health Policy Studies analysts are often called upon to provide congressional testimony, giving federal lawmakers their considered judgment on health policy problems while offering policy alternatives that expand the personal freedom of individuals and families and reinforce the importance of the traditional doctor–patient relationship. Strong champions of federalism, Center analysts also provide state legislative testimony and, at the request of governors, help state policymakers to undertake reform of state health insurance markets and craft innovative approaches to expand coverage for the uninsured.
Building on significant research compiled over the past several years, the Center for Health Policy Studies continues to sponsor original research by both in-house and outside scholars. Working closely with all Heritage departments, the Center hosts and participates in conferences for policymakers, policy experts, journalists, and researchers to discuss the implications of the latest health policy research findings.
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