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Health Wonk Review
Summer’s here (at least it is where I am) and with it comes a summer-y edition of Health Wonk Review, posted by Hank Stern over at InsureBlog.
As we look forward to tides rolling in, it’s fairly obvious from this edition that the tides have ebbed a bit on Obamacare blogsmithing. Mr. Stern had just four Obamacare-centric posts to vet out of a dozen posts.
May 23, 2014
Just a reminder that if you’re still looking for some compelling health policy reading this weekend, the latest edition of Health Wonk Review is live over at the Healthcare Economist. Hat tip to Jason Shafrin for pulling together this week’s edition.
May 11, 2014
It’s no secret that we’re staunch supporters of the Affordable Care Act and the great gains it has delivered to millions of Americans who were desperate for affordable health coverage.
But heck, we’re also realists. We know the law is only a starting point. It’s got glitches here and there and there are some weaknesses in the legislation that opponents have attempted to exploit. But not only that, the law really could be improved.
April 25, 2014
Billy Wynne put together a great edition of Health Wonk Review over at Healthcare Lighthouse this week. He published on April 10, but was still inspired by the spirit of April Fools’ Day, lumping posts into “April Fools’ Joke” categories.
April 13, 2014
Julie Ferguson, over at Workers’ Comp Insider, has delivered an early Christmas present to health policy lovers with her “Letters to Santa” edition of the Health Wonk Review. Ferguson did Old St. Nick a solid with the latest compendium of health policy opinion, offering him a nifty guide to who’s been naughty, who’s been nice, and who deserves a little something extra in their stocking.
December 20, 2013