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Enjoy the Whos’ On First Edition with Brad Wright with Wright on Health. Here’s the link to all the facts.
Yes, it is that time again! Oh, sure, the biweekly Health Wonk Review is on your newsstand today. But also, those religious rites of spring are right around the corner. So without further ado or comment … Continue reading
Hank Stern’s roundup of wonkery and punditry as the Health Wonk Review group looks at where things are going under a new administration in DC in this Puppies and Kittens edition of our beloved HWR. Here come da fuzz.
Louise and Jay Norris mark Colorado Health Insurance Insider’s 10 year blogging anniversary – congratulations!! – with a rousing edition of Health Wonk Review. She notes that there’s a little something for everyone, and highlights the fact that healthcare reform … Continue reading
Insure Blog’s Hank Stern, best known in this space as a constant contributor to Health Wonk Review, rallied an effort to send some love – and money – to flood victims in the U.S. Gulf Coast region, particularly Louisiana. … Continue reading
Jason Shafrin has posted Health Wonk Review: Short and Sweet Edition at Healthcare Economist. Jason offers an easy-reading digest format of an eclectic mix of topics. You can find a link to the post to our single August edition here . … Continue reading
Tinker Ready of Boston Health News delivered a wide range of health policy thought for this edition of Health Wonk Review. Read it here just in time to study for David Harlow’s Health Wonk Review Blab today at 1 p.m. … Continue reading
As he begins he 11th year of blogging, Health Wonk Review wishes Hank Stern of InsureBlog a Happy Blogiversary. He’s been a HWR staple since its inception 10 years ago, and a rock to the effort. All the best, Hank. … Continue reading
Health Wonk Review: Open season on open enrollment edition at Health Business Blog. Neither David nor our participants shirk controversy! We are so going to steal this subhead: “Mattering mabobs of managerialism”
When you listen to some of our health policy wonks this week, you can conclude that healthcare is a frightful place to be. And, you’d be right! A mighty big howl out to Jason Shafrin at Healthcare Economist for assembling … Continue reading