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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New CDC Data Shows 94 Percent of COVID-19 Deaths Involved Comorbidity

The majority of deaths were attributed to co-morbidities.

Federal Judge Rebukes Michigan’s Governor for Keeping Gyms Closed

“If Defendants can open or close any sector of the economy, at will, with nothing more than a vague reference that it is ‘dangerous,’ the potential for abuse is palpable."

Federal Judge Rebukes Governor for Keeping Gyms Closed

“If Defendants can open or close any sector of the economy, at will, with nothing more than a vague reference that it is ‘dangerous,’ the potential for abuse is palpable."

FDA Changes View on Surface Contamination

“The new CDC information is a far cry from the scary news blasts that the coronavirus can last up to nine days on surfaces and tutorials on the hours-long process of disinfecting,"

States May Need to Brace for Medicaid “Tidal Wave”

Enrollment in Medicaid could soar by 73 percent, to nearly 55 million people, a new study states.

Supreme Court Decision Raises Concern Over Unsafe Practitioners

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion that could have assured women continuity of care in a hospital if complications should develop.

Five Provisions of Trump Reform Plan That Put Consumers in Charge of Health Care

Numerous surveys indicate the American public broadly supports moving the nation’s health care system to a more consumer-oriented mode

Make COVID-19 Health Care Reforms Permanent, Congress Urged

“These waivers are saving people’s lives right now and they will save people’s lives in the next crisis, too,” the letter states.

Sen. Paul Offers Bill for Portable Health Insurance Outside the Workplace

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced a bill to allow organizations to offer portable insurance that can stay with an individual in and out of the workforce and across state lines.

HRAs Still on Tap to Be Disrupter in Health Insurance Market: Interview

"This has the potential for making this market more competitive because employers are now providing financial assistance to employees purchasing insurance in the individual market."

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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New CDC Data Shows 94 Percent of COVID-19 Deaths Involved Comorbidity

The majority of deaths were attributed to co-morbidities.

Federal Judge Rebukes Michigan’s Governor for Keeping Gyms Closed

“If Defendants can open or close any sector of the economy, at will, with nothing more than a vague reference that it is ‘dangerous,’ the potential for abuse is palpable."

Federal Judge Rebukes Governor for Keeping Gyms Closed

“If Defendants can open or close any sector of the economy, at will, with nothing more than a vague reference that it is ‘dangerous,’ the potential for abuse is palpable."

FDA Changes View on Surface Contamination

“The new CDC information is a far cry from the scary news blasts that the coronavirus can last up to nine days on surfaces and tutorials on the hours-long process of disinfecting,"

States May Need to Brace for Medicaid “Tidal Wave”

Enrollment in Medicaid could soar by 73 percent, to nearly 55 million people, a new study states.

Supreme Court Decision Raises Concern Over Unsafe Practitioners

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion that could have assured women continuity of care in a hospital if complications should develop.

Five Provisions of Trump Reform Plan That Put Consumers in Charge of Health Care

Numerous surveys indicate the American public broadly supports moving the nation’s health care system to a more consumer-oriented mode

Make COVID-19 Health Care Reforms Permanent, Congress Urged

“These waivers are saving people’s lives right now and they will save people’s lives in the next crisis, too,” the letter states.

Sen. Paul Offers Bill for Portable Health Insurance Outside the Workplace

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced a bill to allow organizations to offer portable insurance that can stay with an individual in and out of the workforce and across state lines.

HRAs Still on Tap to Be Disrupter in Health Insurance Market: Interview

"This has the potential for making this market more competitive because employers are now providing financial assistance to employees purchasing insurance in the individual market."