It’s the middle of winter. Feeling blah? Need some stimulation? You’ve come to the right place!
Welcome to The “Shake the Winter Blahs” Edition of the Health Wonk review. For the second time, it’s my honor to host HWR — providing you summaries and links to the best recent writing in the health blogosphere. Let’s go!
Federal Health Policy
At the Health Affairs Blog, Princeton professor Uwe Reinhardt jumps off from the recent controversy about Jonathan Gruber’s remarks describing the American public as “stupid”. He writes that Gruber’s apologies were appropriate. The post is descriptively titled Rethinking The Gruber Controversy: Americans Aren’t Stupid, But They’re Often Ignorant — And Why.
As an American, (I think) I’m relieved to know that I’m not stupid, just ignorant.
“Will a government shutdown stop ObamaCare?” and many other timely topics are reviewed in the latest edition of the Health Wonk review. You can read it here.
Many thanks to Peggy Salvatore at Healthcare Talent Transformation — it takes a lot of work to pull all this together!
Head on over to Boston Health News to read the latest in health wonkery! Tinker Ready greets us with the St. Patrick’s Day Edition of the latest and best coming from the health care blogosphere.
Check out the latest Health Wonk Review written by Julie Ferguson at the Workers’ Comp Insider blog. Cool down and review summaries of the best writings of the healthcare blogosphere. Thanks, Julie!
While Congress is in recess and we all try to beat the heat, check out the latest edition of the Health Wonk Review.
Be sure to savor every word of Dr. Jaan Sidorov’s masterful witticisms!