In this version of the Health Wonk Review, I find the latest greatest from around the web related to health policy. Since more an more people consume their web through photos (see Instagram’s popularity), for each post, a carefully curated picture has been selected to further entice you to read through this great selection of…
NICE, NHS and cancer drug reimbursement in the UK. Why Medicare Advantage succeeds where Marketplace fails Do 40% of UK docs want to leave the profession? Unintended consequences of abuse-deterrent opioids. “Use a smart toothbrush and get dental insurance at a discount!”
The latest edition of the Health Wonk Review–the Going for the Gold Edition— has been posted at HealthInsurance.org. Thanks to Steve Anderson for hosting. Check it out!
Joe Paduda gets the year started with his fresh edition of Health Wonk Review: Ring in the New year with the latest and greatest…posted at Managed Care Matters. Check it out!
The cost-effectiveness of CAR-T. Cancer gene testing breakthrough. Uninsured vs. Insured: ER use. Doulas for death. What’s the problem with digital DNA? Plus, please check out the Happy Holiday Health Wonk Review at Workers’ Comp Insider.
Real-world effects of Brexit. Cost of Obamacare = an election? Civil rights laws and health inequality. Chinese economic history as seen through eyeglasses. CHIP at risk? Last days of empire edition of HWR
It’s Health Wonk Review time! We have some great posts lined up for today’s quotation-themed version of the Health Wonk Review. We even have a few videos for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! “It’s the economy, stupid” – Bill Clinton How do factors like job loss, wage stagnation and low productivity affect the economy at large…
Health Wonk Review: Disaster edition is freshly posted by David Williams at the Health Business Blog. Check it out!
Hank Stern of InsureBlog hosts this week’s “Pink edition” Health Wonk Review. Check it out. Also of note this week is that Richard Thaler has the 2017 Nobel prize in economics. For more on Dr. Thaler’s work, check out the Nobel Prize website.
Brad Wright captures the feeling of many after another bruising ACA battle: fatigue. He’s posted the Health Wonk Review: Repeal Fatigue Edition at Wright on Health. While the repeal saga is under discussion, wonks bring many more topics to the table, too, and Brad does a nice job encapsulating them.