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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Health Reforms in Jeopardy Under New Administration

Several Trump health care reforms could find themselves in the crosshairs if the Biden administration puts focus on government-directed expansion of coverage rather than providing choice to patients.

Trump Health Reforms Face Shaky Future Under Biden Administration

President Joe Biden has sent strong signals that his administration will chart a new direction in U.S. health care policy and are "surprisingly, illiberal."

Private Health Care is Better, Says Center Leaning Think-Tank

Private maternity and pre-natal care meet much higher standards than government-run childbirth care, according to a study published recently by a center-leaning policy organization.

Author: Pandemic Health Care Reforms Were Better Than Obamacare

One of the bitter ironies of the nation’s experience with COVID-19 is that emergency measures taken to stem the spread of the pandemic led to more meaningful health care reforms than were delivered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare.

Fewer People Seeking Non-Covid Hospital Care During Pandemic

"Lockdowns and social distancing are not normal human behavior, and at some point, they take their toll.”

University Censors Article Questioning COVID-19 Death Rates

"Dr. Genevieve Briand has done a truthful analysis of data directly from the CDC website. I believe in scientific integrity and the objective truth, and so does she.”

FDA Approves COVID Rapid Test, Strings Attached

People will soon be able to get a COVID-19 test they can administer at home and get rapid results, but they’ll need a doctor’s prescription to do so and their physician will have to submit patient information to third parties.

Lockdowns Loom Large as Biden Ponders Pandemic Path

Although the board has thus far avoided mentioning lockdowns, at least two of its high-profile members have been outspoken in their support for nationwide mandates

CDC Broadens Mission to Stop Housing Evictions

The agency is using the pandemic to justify aggregating even more power.

Lawmakers Reach Compromise to Rein in Surprise Billing

“I’m afraid this compromise will start out as price controls and never transition to arbitration.”

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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Health Reforms in Jeopardy Under New Administration

Several Trump health care reforms could find themselves in the crosshairs if the Biden administration puts focus on government-directed expansion of coverage rather than providing choice to patients.

Trump Health Reforms Face Shaky Future Under Biden Administration

President Joe Biden has sent strong signals that his administration will chart a new direction in U.S. health care policy and are "surprisingly, illiberal."

Private Health Care is Better, Says Center Leaning Think-Tank

Private maternity and pre-natal care meet much higher standards than government-run childbirth care, according to a study published recently by a center-leaning policy organization.

Author: Pandemic Health Care Reforms Were Better Than Obamacare

One of the bitter ironies of the nation’s experience with COVID-19 is that emergency measures taken to stem the spread of the pandemic led to more meaningful health care reforms than were delivered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare.

Fewer People Seeking Non-Covid Hospital Care During Pandemic

"Lockdowns and social distancing are not normal human behavior, and at some point, they take their toll.”

University Censors Article Questioning COVID-19 Death Rates

"Dr. Genevieve Briand has done a truthful analysis of data directly from the CDC website. I believe in scientific integrity and the objective truth, and so does she.”

FDA Approves COVID Rapid Test, Strings Attached

People will soon be able to get a COVID-19 test they can administer at home and get rapid results, but they’ll need a doctor’s prescription to do so and their physician will have to submit patient information to third parties.

Lockdowns Loom Large as Biden Ponders Pandemic Path

Although the board has thus far avoided mentioning lockdowns, at least two of its high-profile members have been outspoken in their support for nationwide mandates

CDC Broadens Mission to Stop Housing Evictions

The agency is using the pandemic to justify aggregating even more power.

Lawmakers Reach Compromise to Rein in Surprise Billing

“I’m afraid this compromise will start out as price controls and never transition to arbitration.”