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“People have given up on the repeal. There are very few people who want Congress to take more votes on repealing the ACA. Some people like it. Some people don’t like it. What they want to do is figure out how to fix it. Get it, fix it. Let’s move on.” – David Cutler
June 5, 2014
Read archived editions of Health Wonk Review. The latest edition of Health Wonk Review is up over at Boston Health News. Tinker Ready put together a great review of the latest health policy blog posts … and dedicated this edition to health data. An excellent collection of posts follow that theme … a Health Business […]
September 13, 2013
Jason Shafrin, over at the Healthcare Economist, took a game show approach to the most recent edition of the Health Wonk Review and we must say, we like it (and not just because it include our post, Rate shock is a crock, by insurance industry watchdog Wendell Potter).
June 13, 2013
This week’s edition focuses on decreasing health care costs. Maggie Mahar blogs about breast cancer awareness. The latest greatest edition of Health Wonk Review is live over at Managed Care Matters and, as host Joe Paduda notes, it’s all about health care cost trends, reform implementation. This edition includes a collection of posts speculating about the […]
May 9, 2013
Harold Pollack talks with Jonathan Cohn, Senior Editor of The New Republic about the “wild ride” ahead for the Affordable Care Act, now that it’s survived a fierce Congressional battle, a Supreme Court challenge and the recent Presidential election.
February 15, 2013