Jesse Hathaway

Jesse Hathaway is a policy advisor for budget and tax issues at The Heartland Institute.
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New Rule Addresses RX Price Gaming in Government Programs

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) enacted a rule allowing more flexibility for state governments to create value-based drug purchasing agreements with pharmaceutical companies.

Lawmakers Hold the Line on COBRA Subsidies

Government economic relief packages actively encourage business owners to fire employees, says Casey Mulligan, an economics professor at the University of Chicago and a former Council of Economic Advisers chief economist.

Ohio Lawmakers May Limit Governor’s Emergency Health Powers

“Nobody ever envisioned such an epic abuse of power that we’ve had, hence the necessity of this legislation to rein in and prevent that abuse of power from happening again,"

FDA Obstacles in Early COVID Testing Cost Lives, Study Finds

An analysis by Columbia University epidemiologists finds more than 36,000 Americans died unnecessarily because government regulators reacted too slowly to the building coronavirus global pandemic in March and April 2020.

Pandemic Opens Door for Pro-Patient Reforms

Now that the threat from the pandemic has diminished, lawmakers should use this opportunity to access what health care policies work and which ones stand in the way of patient care

CARES Act Encourages Retirement Savings, but ‘Stretch IRAs’ Get Snapped by New Rules

With the federal tax deadline having been moved to July 15 under the CARES Act, taxpayers have more time to reduce their tax liability and save more money for retirement. Those who have...

FDA Fast Tracks Lab Results by Allowing Remote Work for Pathologists

Before the document’s publication, FDA regulators had not approved remote viewing, requiring pathologists to be physically present while working at clinical laboratories and hospitals.

FDA Allows Market to Produce COVID-19 Test

“This strategy cost us weeks of testing that may have alerted us to the extent of community spread.”

With Regulators at Bay, Virtual Doctor Visits Soar

“A lot of health care is cognitive and procedural. You can come to some solid decisions without requiring an in-person physical exam,"

Ohio Legislature Considers Occupational-Licensing Reciprocity Bill

Recognizing other states' licenses would remove barriers to employment, says sponsor.

Jesse Hathaway

Jesse Hathaway is a policy advisor for budget and tax issues at The Heartland Institute.

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New Rule Addresses RX Price Gaming in Government Programs

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) enacted a rule allowing more flexibility for state governments to create value-based drug purchasing agreements with pharmaceutical companies.

Lawmakers Hold the Line on COBRA Subsidies

Government economic relief packages actively encourage business owners to fire employees, says Casey Mulligan, an economics professor at the University of Chicago and a former Council of Economic Advisers chief economist.

Ohio Lawmakers May Limit Governor’s Emergency Health Powers

“Nobody ever envisioned such an epic abuse of power that we’ve had, hence the necessity of this legislation to rein in and prevent that abuse of power from happening again,"

FDA Obstacles in Early COVID Testing Cost Lives, Study Finds

An analysis by Columbia University epidemiologists finds more than 36,000 Americans died unnecessarily because government regulators reacted too slowly to the building coronavirus global pandemic in March and April 2020.

Pandemic Opens Door for Pro-Patient Reforms

Now that the threat from the pandemic has diminished, lawmakers should use this opportunity to access what health care policies work and which ones stand in the way of patient care

CARES Act Encourages Retirement Savings, but ‘Stretch IRAs’ Get Snapped by New Rules

With the federal tax deadline having been moved to July 15 under the CARES Act, taxpayers have more time to reduce their tax liability...

FDA Fast Tracks Lab Results by Allowing Remote Work for Pathologists

Before the document’s publication, FDA regulators had not approved remote viewing, requiring pathologists to be physically present while working at clinical laboratories and hospitals.

FDA Allows Market to Produce COVID-19 Test

“This strategy cost us weeks of testing that may have alerted us to the extent of community spread.”

With Regulators at Bay, Virtual Doctor Visits Soar

“A lot of health care is cognitive and procedural. You can come to some solid decisions without requiring an in-person physical exam,"

Ohio Legislature Considers Occupational-Licensing Reciprocity Bill

Recognizing other states' licenses would remove barriers to employment, says sponsor.