Quick or not, the review is packed with more than a dozen great posts, the usual posts devoted to commentary about the health law. (Our own blog hosts Harold Pollack’s fascinating interview of economist and author David Cutler, who both reflects on his pride he feels for helping shape health reform and offers a post mortem on the botched rollout of the law.)
But if you’re one of the many who are battle worn by the health reform debate, we’d definitely recommend this edition for its range of other fascinating topics. Among them:
- Louise Norris discusses the most expensive health insurance in the nation.
- Maggie Mahar writes about the issues inherent in living longer.
- Joe Paduda looks at a new tool for folks interested in tracking health care costs.
- David Williams asks, Should you trust your doctor more than Wikipedia?
- InsureBlog’s Kelley Beloff explains why the goings-on at the VA aren’t a scandal, but “business as usual.”
- Amy Berman’s at Health Affairs Blog writes about her choice to utilize palliative care after being diagnosed with terminal cancer.
And, as we like to say, there’s more where that came from … so again, read the whole thing.
Steve Anderson is editor and content manager for healthinsurance.org, where he’s been writing about health insurance and health reform since 2008. He’s been fortunate to have worked with a talented team of health policy writers.