Grace-Marie Turner

Grace-Marie Turner

Grace-Marie Turner is president of the Galen Institute, a public policy research organization that she founded in 1995 to promote an informed debate over free-market ideas for health reform.

Grace-Marie testifies regularly before Congress and advises senior government officials, governors, and state legislators on health policy. She was named by House Speaker John Boehner in 2013 to serve as a member of the Long Term Care Commission.

Previously, Grace-Marie served for a three-year term on the National Advisory Board for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and she served as a member of the Medicaid Commission, making recommendations to modernize and improve Medicaid.

Grace-Marie has been published in hundreds of major newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and USA Today, and has appeared on ABC’s 20/20 and on hundreds of radio and television programs. She is a co-author of Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America, published by HarperCollins in 2011, and editor of Empowering Health Care Consumers through Tax Reform. Grace-Marie speaks extensively in the U.S. and abroad, including at the London School of Economics, Oxford University, and the Gregorian University at the Vatican.

Grace-Marie is founder and facilitator of the Health Policy Consensus Group which serves as a forum for analysts from market-oriented think tanks around the country to analyze and develop policy recommendations.

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Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to report on the multi-faceted healthcare problems that are becoming collateral damage from the political response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why we now have new data that we should be following in order to make better decisions about how and when to reopen the U.S. economy.
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the original coronavirus mortality predictions, and pressure on our medical system, have proved to be wrong by factors, and why we have to start rethinking our coronavirus response.