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The Heartland Institute Welcomes the Goodman Institute as Health Care News Co-Publisher

The Goodman Institute for Public Policy has joined The Heartland Institute as co-publisher of Health Care News.

Health Care News is the nation’s premier newspaper on health care issues, mailed to more than 8,000 legislators, policymakers, and thought leaders throughout the United States. Health Care News is one of several issue-centered newspapers published for two decades by The Heartland Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy organization based in Arlington Heights, Illinois. The Goodman Institute, likewise a think tank on policy issues, is led by founder John Goodman, whom the Wall Street Journal called the father of health savings accounts (HSAs).

The partnership comes at a time when health care policy dominates the headlines nearly every day, with the COVID-19 pandemic and a general election in November many view as a referendum on sharply different approaches to the problems in the nation’s health care system.

“Health care topics are at the forefront of attention throughout the 50 states as we address the coronavirus pandemic,” said James Taylor, president of The Heartland Institute. “The decisions we make today during these very challenging times will impact American society for generations to come. It is very important that we make wise decisions and safeguard freedom in the health care marketplace.”

Taylor says the Heartland Institute’s partnership with the highly respected Goodman Institute gives Health Care News an exceptional talent pool.

“Readers will continue to receive the same high-quality news and information our newspapers have always delivered, and the participation of the Goodman Institute will provide additional insight and perspective,” said Taylor.

“Health care topics are at the forefront of attention throughout the 50 states as we address the coronavirus pandemic,” said James Taylor, president of The Heartland Institute. “The decisions we make today during these very challenging times will impact American society for generations to come. It is very important that we make wise decisions and safeguard freedom in the health care marketplace.”

Taylor says the Heartland Institute’s partnership with the highly respected Goodman Institute gives Health Care News an exceptional talent pool.

“Readers will continue to receive the same high-quality news and information our newspapers have always delivered, and the participation of the Goodman Institute will provide additional insight and perspective,” said Taylor.

—Staff reports

AnneMarie Schieber
AnneMarie Schieber
AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.

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