Category Archives: pharmaceutical marketing

The Summer Lull Edition of Health Wonk Review

Summer of 2017 is fading quickly into the memory books, but some of the happenings on the healthcare scene will be with us to bemoan, analyze and reform for years to come. Now that’s summer fun that lasts! Let’s start … Continue reading

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The “May You Live in Interesting Times” Edition of Health Wonk Review

Just when you thought things can’t get any weirder, they do. Combine staunch opposed ideologies held by fierce political warriors, and we find ourselves under the ancient curse of living in interesting times. It seems our nation is transitioning from … Continue reading

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The President’s Day Edition of Health Wonk Review on Your Virtual Newsstand Now

David E. Williams is on top of the President’s Day Edition of Health Wonk Review. Click here to go to David’s Health Business Group blog for this special edition on your virtual newsstand today. I also want to add my … Continue reading

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The Baseball Lover’s Presidential Politics Edition of Health Wonk Review

In this week’s health policy roundup, Brad Wright posts Health Wonk Review: The Game 7 of Politics Edition  at Wright on Health. His post skillfully ties two of America’s favorite and most contentious pastimes together: sports and politics. Something here for … Continue reading

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Health Wonk Review Election Edition – Mama Says Eat Your Peas and Don’t Forget to Vote

Voting this presidential year feels a little like being forced to eat your peas; it’s the right thing to do but you have to hold your nose. An educated populace is the bedrock of a sober and productive small “d” … Continue reading

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A Yuuuuuuge Edition: Health Wonk Review Channels Inner Trump

Steve Anderson at Medicareresources.org channels his inner Trump to bring us a yuuuuuge edition of Health Wonk Review. Thanks to Steve for a tremendous undertaking in the service to his fellow countrymen and countrywomen.  

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The Public Option or (ahem) Single-Payer: Solutions to a Growing Healthcare Monster?

Politically, I’ve been accused of being just a little to the right of Attila the Hun. That’s really not fair…to Attila. I only open with that slight bit of hyperbole to underline the fact that this is not a corner … Continue reading

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Health Wonk Review: The Early Bird Catches the Worm Spring Edition

Tradition is important, and it has become a Health Wonk Review tradition to have a theme for each edition. Usually, the edition’s host organizes content by topic or finds some overarching theme to propel the issue forward. In the spirit … Continue reading

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A Presidential Politics-free Health Wonk Review

Okay, people, it’s safe to come out now. Jaan Sidorov of The Population Health Blog has delivered a presidential-politics free edition of Health Wonk Review. I’m hosting the next edition in two weeks, so this may be a short reprieve. … Continue reading

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Behavior Change Driving Digital Health is Bubbling Up from the Bottom

This week marks one month since ePharma Summit 2016 opened and closed. It’s a good time to reflect on a final takeaway from the conference and close my notebook. Clearly, there is more grand thinking about the future and emphasis … Continue reading

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