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January, 2016

Health Wonk 10th anniversary.

Health Wonk Review for January 29, 2016

January 30, 2016 – Health Wonk Review is celebrating its tenth anniversary this week ... and celebrating in style with Joe Paduda's great roundup over at… Read more

Hmmmm. Tec Cruz should consider the Canadian health care system.

Ted Cruz & the Case of the Vanishing Health Plan

January 23, 2016 – Turns out Sen. Ted Cruz and his family were never without coverage. His campaign has cleared up a few questions for us. Mind if we ask a… Read more

No, Ted Cruz!

Debunking the Cruz health coverage ‘crisis’

January 22, 2016 – No, Sen. Cruz, 50 percent rate hikes are most certainly not happening "all over the… Read more

Is single payer realistic?

Single Payer and Rip Van Winkle

January 22, 2016 – Senator Sanders has done everyone a service by bringing the Single Payer discussion back into the national debate. If support for Single… Read more

Living with diabetes under Obamacare

Life with diabetes is sweeter thanks to Obamacare

January 20, 2016 – By every measure, people with diabetes – and those at risk – have significantly improved access to quality care than they did before… Read more

Health Wonk Happy New Year.

Health Wonk Review for January 15, 2016

January 15, 2016 – The latest, greatest collection of health policy blogging is posted over at InsureBlog. Thanks to Henry Stern for hosting the Happy New… Read more

Obamacare helps MS patients.

Obamacare: a game changer for MS patients

January 13, 2016 – Obamacare has absolutely been a game-changer for people with MS and other chronic illnesses. But there is still work to be… Read more

Obamacare replacements offered by the GOP smell like dead fish.

GOP candidates and the Faulty Five

January 9, 2016 – President Obama vetoed Obamacare repeal legislation this week, but will happen if on January 20, 2017, the day the next president is… Read more

Basic health plans and expanding coverage.

States may sweeten the ACA pot

January 8, 2016 – The 'public option' died in the health reform battle, but two state-run plans point a potential path toward richer coverage at lower… Read more