Grace-Marie Arnett

Grace-Marie Arnett

Grace-Marie Turner is president of the Galen Institute, a free-market public policy research organization founded in 1995 to promote education on health and tax policy issues. She speaks and writes extensively, focusing on incentives to promote a more competitive, consumer-driven marketplace in the health sector.

She also 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 health policy recommendations.

Grace-Marie is the editor of Empowering Health Care Consumers through Tax Reform, published by the University of Michigan Press. The book describes how tax reform can lead to a better functioning market in the health sector.
In 1995-96, Grace-Marie served as executive director of the 14-member National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform. From 1996-97, she was a vice president at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.

For 12 years, Grace-Marie was president of Arnett & Co., a health policy analysis and communications firm in Washington, D.C. Previously, she worked as a news reporter, where she won numerous-awards for her work, as well as a radio correspondent, association director, presidential campaign adviser, and U.S. Senate press secretary.
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Jim and Grace-Marie discuss current issues in the healthcare debate. They talk about healthcare public policy that affects small business owners.
During this visit Grace-Marie talk with Jim about the pros and cons of The Patients' Bill Of Rights, and the impact this legislation will have on small business owners.
Grace-Marie covers health care issues during the first half of this archive, and Karen joins Jim to discuss the Small Business Survival Summit in Washington, DC, which the SBSC conducts each year, and from which Jim is broadcasting this day as a guest of the SBSC.