About Betsy McCaughey
was the 72nd Lieutenant Governor of New York from 1995 to
1998. She has been a fellow at the conservative Manhattan Institute and Hudson Institute think tanks. She founded the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths (RID) in reaction to a rise in antibiotic resistant infections. A historian by training – with a Ph.D. from Columbia University – McCaughey has – over the years – provided conservative media commentary on U.S. public policy affecting health care-related issues. She has been a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Hudson Institutes. Her website “Rid Hospitals of Infections can be found here. Stop Hospital Infections
Ms. McCaughey published an OP-ED on July 25, 2017, New York Post entitled: Stop making doctors the slaves of computers
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