Mike Leavitt

Transcending Partisanship to Achieve Health Care Reform

Years of promising to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act took a major step last week with the House passing the American Health Care Act. The years of rancorous debate leading to this vote have highlighted the profound divisions in our political system.

Why Drug Importation Is Flawed Policy

With the issue of prescription drug importation being debated on Capitol Hill again, mark me in the skeptical camp. As a matter of safety and practical policymaking, drug importation simply doesn’t work.

Why Altering Innovation Policies Will Stamp Out Medical Discovery

New data shows that the number of patients with Hepatitis C will be in decline by 2017 and researchers today are projecting that with today’s effective cures, Hepatitis C could become a rare disease in the U.S. by 2036. This is a remarkable advance for a disease in which the only treatment option available five […]