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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Fauci Spends Time on P.R., Not Science, Report Finds

No other face has come to define the nation’s war against the COVID-19 pandemic than Anthony Fauci, and now there is a reason why: Fauci has spent much of his time being a media hound.

Promising Alzheimer’s Drug Under Attack for Cost

FDA approved Aduhelm under its “accelerated approval pathway” because “it provides a meaningful therapeutic advantage over existing treatments.”

CDC Data Shows COVID-19 was Pandemic for the Elderly

Data published recently by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conclusively shows that COVID-19 primarily infected and caused the deaths of elderly people.  In deaths where the SARS-CoV2 virus was the...

It Was Safer to Go to Work than Stay Home, Pandemic Analysis Finds

An analysis by a University of Chicago economist Casey Mulligan finds that except during the early stages of the pandemic, people would have been safer at work than at home.

Cash for Medicaid Enrollees Gets Attention

“Cash transfer programs must be designed with care. The Earned Income Tax Credit provides a good working model."

Champion of COVID Early Treatment Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Vladimir Zelenko, M.D., a family physician, was one of the pioneers of early treatment for COVID-19, much of it out of necessity when his community of Monroe County, New York was hit hard by COVID-19 during the early stages of the pandemic.

Reformers Consider Priorities in Fixing Health Care

At a leading public policy conference, health care reformers met to determine the best path forward in releasing the nation’s health care market from the clutches of government. Obamacare has done little but...

Democrats Silent Over “Private, For-Profit” Companies Managing Medicaid

When it comes to public education, the Democratic Party makes no secret of its disdain of “public” money going to fund “private, for-profit” companies to run charter schools.

Physicians Need Woke Training to Keep License

One "implicit bias" workshop for doctors started off with an "indigenous land use acknowledgement."

CDC Appears to be Wrong on Race

New income figures revealed in the U.S. Census Bureau 2018 American Community Survey paint a different picture of race in the nation.

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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Fauci Spends Time on P.R., Not Science, Report Finds

No other face has come to define the nation’s war against the COVID-19 pandemic than Anthony Fauci, and now there is a reason why: Fauci has spent much of his time being a media hound.

Promising Alzheimer’s Drug Under Attack for Cost

FDA approved Aduhelm under its “accelerated approval pathway” because “it provides a meaningful therapeutic advantage over existing treatments.”

CDC Data Shows COVID-19 was Pandemic for the Elderly

Data published recently by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conclusively shows that COVID-19 primarily infected and caused the deaths of elderly...

It Was Safer to Go to Work than Stay Home, Pandemic Analysis Finds

An analysis by a University of Chicago economist Casey Mulligan finds that except during the early stages of the pandemic, people would have been safer at work than at home.

Cash for Medicaid Enrollees Gets Attention

“Cash transfer programs must be designed with care. The Earned Income Tax Credit provides a good working model."

Champion of COVID Early Treatment Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Vladimir Zelenko, M.D., a family physician, was one of the pioneers of early treatment for COVID-19, much of it out of necessity when his community of Monroe County, New York was hit hard by COVID-19 during the early stages of the pandemic.

Reformers Consider Priorities in Fixing Health Care

At a leading public policy conference, health care reformers met to determine the best path forward in releasing the nation’s health care market from...

Democrats Silent Over “Private, For-Profit” Companies Managing Medicaid

When it comes to public education, the Democratic Party makes no secret of its disdain of “public” money going to fund “private, for-profit” companies to run charter schools.

Physicians Need Woke Training to Keep License

One "implicit bias" workshop for doctors started off with an "indigenous land use acknowledgement."

CDC Appears to be Wrong on Race

New income figures revealed in the U.S. Census Bureau 2018 American Community Survey paint a different picture of race in the nation.