Christopher Pope is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Previously, he served as director of policy research at West Health; health policy fellow at the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce; fellow at the Heritage Foundation; and research manager at the American Enterprise Institute. Pope’s research interests include the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid, and entitlement reform. Pope holds a B.Sc. in government and economics from the London School of Economics and a M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from Washington University in St. Louis.

Recent Posts by Christopher Pope

Are Short-Term Limited Duration Plans Bad For The Individual Market?

Those who are better-served by a fully competitive and actuarially priced option ought to have the freedom to benefit from it.

Supplemental Benefits Under Medicare Advantage

Policymakers have long been aware of the general categories of supplemental benefits available to enrollees under Medicare Advantage, but little has thus far been done to quantify their specific extent, scope, and availability.

Assuring Hospital Emergency Care Without Crippling Competition

Hospital emergency departments occupy a critical position in the American health care system, bearing responsibility for the most urgent acute care cases, while serving as provider of last resort for many without insurance coverage.