Research & Insights
The prescription drug market can seem like a complex web. This visual describes where and how the money flows as prescription drugs travel from manufacturers to patients.
Of the many factors that influence the price we pay at the pharmacy, only a few are controlled by the patient. Some factors can be influenced by policymakers – whom patients elect – but the complexity of the prescription drug market is critically important for such policy considerations.
If we fail to offer legal protection to the efforts of churches and faith-motivated individuals to offer material and spiritual assistance to those willing to accept it, we are really harming the most vulnerable people in society – like the children of Deborah Daniels.
To parents considering some version of homeschooling because it might be the best fit in uncertain times, but lack confidence to do so – take heart. There is encouragement and help for you if you make that choice.
If a one-sided approach leads to stalemate, a different approach is necessary. This insight spurred Utah’s Legislature to try something new in 2015.
Google’s Career Certificate will likely compound the forces of change already at work in higher education.
Unless Congress enacts legislation to settle the dispute permanently, the net effect of the Little Sisters of the Poor case will be to keep the administrative agencies in the middle of the culture war.
Following the flow of money and learning how each player makes money is important for understanding what you pay at the pharmacy. Decisions that prescription drug market players make to improve their cash flow can often directly impact a patient’s out-of-pocket cost for prescription drugs.
Sutherland Institute launches new series to examine how education standards prepare students to be active citizens
In a time of civil unrest, when people are scrutinizing America’s history more than ever, we should ask: Are Utah social studies standards doing their job?