Bonner R Cohen

Bonner R. Cohen is a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, a position he has held since 2002.
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Pressure Mounts on Congress to Remove Government Barricade on Telehealth

“We have crammed 10 years’ worth of telehealth experience into three months”

Trump Administration Withdraws United States from WHO

"Using the power of the purse, the Trump administration has the World Health Organization right where it needs to be."

Obamacare Gets Mixed Reviews on Its Tenth Anniversary

“What we got instead was something that increasingly looks like Medicaid with a ridiculously high deductible.”

Oklahoma Medicaid Block Grant Put on Hold Due to Budget Headwinds

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) cancelled his state’s planned Medicaid expansion, citing a lack of funding that can be traced back to the impact of COVID-19 on the American economy.

Budget Problems Delay Oklahoma Medicaid Block Grant Plan

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) cancelled his state’s planned Medicaid expansion, citing a lack of funding that can be traced back to the impact of COVID-19 on the American economy.

Real World Data Refutes COVID Projections that Led to Shutdowns

Americans have a less than three percent chance of contracting COVID-19, according to an analysis by Professor Anne Marie Knott of Washington University in St. Louis.

Off-Label Drugs Are Saving Lives in Covid-19 Fight

“[FDA]-approved drugs work for you only about half the time and in some cases only 20 percent of the time,”

Study Offers Lawmakers Guidance in Getting People Back to Work

Much of the pushback against reopening has been the idea another surge in COVID-19 cases could occur and a second shutdown would be more economically devastating than the first.

Doctors, Nurses Cross State Lines to Care for Pandemic Patients

“Technology and the internet have made treating patients remotely a possibility no matter where the provider is located”

Proposed Legislation Would Expand Health Care Access, Jobs

The Freedom to Travel and Work Act model legislation from the American Legislative Exchange Council offers a state-level reform that can broaden work opportunities and consumer access to services by ensuring licenses are recognized across state lines

Bonner R Cohen

Bonner R. Cohen is a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, a position he has held since 2002.

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Pressure Mounts on Congress to Remove Government Barricade on Telehealth

“We have crammed 10 years’ worth of telehealth experience into three months”

Trump Administration Withdraws United States from WHO

"Using the power of the purse, the Trump administration has the World Health Organization right where it needs to be."

Obamacare Gets Mixed Reviews on Its Tenth Anniversary

“What we got instead was something that increasingly looks like Medicaid with a ridiculously high deductible.”

Oklahoma Medicaid Block Grant Put on Hold Due to Budget Headwinds

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) cancelled his state’s planned Medicaid expansion, citing a lack of funding that can be traced back to the impact of COVID-19 on the American economy.

Budget Problems Delay Oklahoma Medicaid Block Grant Plan

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) cancelled his state’s planned Medicaid expansion, citing a lack of funding that can be traced back to the impact of COVID-19 on the American economy.

Real World Data Refutes COVID Projections that Led to Shutdowns

Americans have a less than three percent chance of contracting COVID-19, according to an analysis by Professor Anne Marie Knott of Washington University in St. Louis.

Off-Label Drugs Are Saving Lives in Covid-19 Fight

“[FDA]-approved drugs work for you only about half the time and in some cases only 20 percent of the time,”

Study Offers Lawmakers Guidance in Getting People Back to Work

Much of the pushback against reopening has been the idea another surge in COVID-19 cases could occur and a second shutdown would be more economically devastating than the first.

Doctors, Nurses Cross State Lines to Care for Pandemic Patients

“Technology and the internet have made treating patients remotely a possibility no matter where the provider is located”

Proposed Legislation Would Expand Health Care Access, Jobs

The Freedom to Travel and Work Act model legislation from the American Legislative Exchange Council offers a state-level reform that can broaden work opportunities and consumer access to services by ensuring licenses are recognized across state lines