Health Wonk Review: Pink edition

October 12, 2017
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so please forgive this brief detour: I’m raising money to fight breast cancer with my team: Love, Hope and Faith. Our walk is on Saturday, October 21st in...

Wednesday Linkapalooza: FoIB edition

September 27, 2017
■ First up, via our friend Joe K, a story of subsidy #Clawback and a (non?)dependent son: “Junior did not live with Mom and Dad. Junior was on his own and working, but applied...

#NotNews: Euthenasia edition

June 2, 2017
The Washington Times is reporting that carriers are now (allegedly) denying life-saving treatment to folks who live in states that have approved assisted suicide: “A Nevada physician says insurance companies in states where assisted...

Health Wonk Review: Pre-Passover edition

April 6, 2017
The Jewish holiday of Passover, which commemorates our freedom from years of slavery (among other things) begins next Monday evening. During the ceremony, we recite the 10 Plagues, and we actually have 10 great...

Health Wonk Review: AHCA Aye or Nay Edition

March 23, 2017
Louise Norris once again lends her deft touch to crafting an interesting, issue-centric Health Wonk Review, this time focused on TrumpCare, er, the AHCA. Don’t miss it! Original content copyright © InsureBlog >>Insurance Books...

Health Wonk Review: Preezy Day Edition

February 23, 2017
FoIB David Williams hosts this week’s round-up of interesting and provocative posts on health care policy and polity. As usual, he includes helpful context, as well. Enjoy! Original content copyright © InsureBlog >>Insurance Books...

Health Wonk Review: Alt-Facts edition

February 9, 2017
Steve Anderson hosts this week’s comprehensive round-up of health care polity and policy. He does a great job of contextualizing the entries – makes for interesting reading and easy navigation. (And our own Patrick...

Health Wonk Review: Puppies and Kittens edition

December 1, 2016
After a contentious election season, where my preferred candidate didn’t even show up, I thought it’d be nice to focus on something a bit more pleasant. And nothing quite brings the smiles like pics...

An Update on The Risk Corridor – Death Spiral Edition

November 29, 2016
I’ve written about Obamacare’s Risk Corridor provision many times. From the Rubio Amendment to Suing for the Slush Fund we have learned that not only was government funding this leg of the 3R’s likely illegal...

Obamacare Gaming Edition

November 4, 2016
Obamacare is almost 3 years old and an even bigger mess than ever. The billion dollar website still crashes and is not fully functional. Navigators and “enrollment assistants” are nothing more than phone jockey’s...
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