Thanks to Brad Wright over at the Wright on Health Blog for pulling together the latest compendium of top-notch health policy blog posts. Congratulations also to the blog, which has expanded its team of contributing authors.
This week, the blog is filled with posts about implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
- Louise Norris at the Colorado Health Insurance Insider provides a look at how plan designs vary in the ACA’s exchanges.
- Right here at healthinsurance.org, Wendell Potter, takes the Wall Street Journal to task for its “glass is half full” approach to reporting on a survey about exchange enrollees.
- John Goodman weighs in on “Risk Adjustments in ObamaCare” at his Health Policy Blog.
- Anthony Wright at Health Access Blog looks at ACA implementation in California.
- Joe Paduda of Managed Care Matters offers an update on Medicaid expansion in Michigan.
- Health Business Blog’s David Williams digs into Target’s decision to cut health benefits for its employees.
- Jason Shafrin, the Healthcare Economist, discusses whether countries with single-payer systems should subsidize private insurance.
- InsureBlog’s Mike Feehan reports that Medicare Advantage plans may be enjoying a resurgence.
- Health Affairs blog looks at the issue of “who pays what and for how much” with posts by Robert Murray and Carmela Coyle.
- Billy Wynne of Healthcare Lighthouse comments on new Medicare reform legislation that would improve care for the chronically ill.
- Roy Poses at Health Care Renewal has two posts on an unusual case.
- Julie Ferguson of Workers’ Comp Insider comments on the recent explosion at the Omaha Nebraska feed plant that killed two and injured many others.
It’s a great collection of posts. Enjoy!