American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W. Phone: 202-862-5800 Fax: 202-862-7177 www.aei.org The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research is a private, nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution dedicated to research and education on issues of government, politics, economics, and social welfare. Founded in 1943, AEI is home to some of America's most accomplished public policy experts--from economics, law, political science, defense and foreign policy studies, ethics, theology, medicine, and other fields. The Institute sponsors research and conferences and publishes books, monographs, and periodicals.
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The Galen Institute is a non-profit research organization devoted exclusively to health policy. We work to promote a more informed public debate over ideas that advance individual freedom, consumer choice, and competition in the health sector.
What is the Galen Institute? The Galen Institute, Inc., is a not-for-profit, free-market research organization devoted exclusively to health policy. It was founded in 1995 by Grace-Marie Turner to promote a more informed public debate over individual freedom, consumer choice, competition, and diversity in the health sector. The Galen Institute believes that: • Consumers and their physicians should have authority and responsibility over their own health care decisions. • A consumer-driven market will lower costs, promote innovation, expand choice, and increase access to better medical care. • The vibrant free market will encourage research and innovation and provide better access to new medical technologies. • Updating outmoded tax policy will facilitate greater access to more affordable health insurance.
What Does Galen Do? The Galen Institute works on public policy ideas that: • Allow consumers to choose their own doctors so that they are in charge of medical decisions • Give workers freedom from the fear that losing a job may mean losing health insurance • Encourage research and innovation to find more cures and better treatments for illnesses • Provide broader access to new and better medical treatments • Embrace the use of new health care information technologies • Reduce costs based upon competition, not price control
Grace-Marie Turner, President , email@example.com