Maggie Mahar, who blogs regularly here, hosted this week’s edition, and spared no ink … uh pixels … in reviewing a nice collection of election-related health policy blogs. Her post, The Pre-Election Edition of Health Wonk Review: Fact vs. Fiction, does a great job of breaking down the recent posts into a dozen questions voters might consider before they head to the polls.
A handful of examples:
- What about the individual mandate: will it really “save lives?“
- Is anyone still worried about “death panels?”
- What will “comparative effectiveness research” mean for patients?
Special thanks to Maggie for giving a hat tip to posts here at healthinsurance.org that asked two other really great election-ish questions:
Look for HWR’s next edition on November 8 at Managed Care Matters.