Tanner Aliff

Health Care Policy Manager

Tanner Aliff is the Healthcare Policy Manager at the Cicero Institute. Before joining Cicero, he worked as a Research Fellow for the Office of Congressman Mark Green and a Constant Observer at Providence Health. Tanner has also assisted in the research endeavors of both the Heritage Foundation’s Domestic Policy Studies and the Charles Koch Institute. As an undergraduate, he presented research on incongruent stimuli at the Western Psychology Association Spring (WPA) Summit, and received the WPA International Undergrad Studies Award for his research on cognitive interference with Nepali nationals. Upon graduating, Tanner was accepted into the prestigious John Jay Institute where he received a robust education in classical liberalism and political theory. His commentary on healthcare and popular culture have been featured in the Washington Times, Washington Examiner, Daily Signal, Register-Guard, and Bend Bulletin. Tanner received a B.S in cognitive neuroscience and a BA in political science from George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon.

Authored Research

North Carolina hospitals profit from ‘charitable giving’
Healthcare

North Carolina hospitals profit from ‘charitable giving’

When people think about non-profits, they tend to envision organizations like GoodWill, Habitat…
How to help end rural America’s physician shortage
Healthcare

How to help end rural America’s physician shortage

Physician shortages in rural America are sustaining. To help fix this, states should…

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