Brad Wright of Wright on Health gives us a “Counting Our Blessings” edition of the Health Wonk Review. He even offers thumbnails of each post illustrated with classic American thumbnail illustrations.
David Williams kicks off the start of the Affordable Care Act’s third annual open enrollment period with Health Wonk Review: Open season on open enrollment edition at Health Business Blog. Go check it out!
Halloween is almost upon us. The week’s edition of the Health Wonk Review reveals some of the most frightful news from around the blog-o-sphere. In the spirit of the season, Julie Ferguson of Workers Comp Insider has dusted off her archives to ferret out the blog’s scariest – and most popular – posts. Some are fascinating…
Joe Paduda has posted Health Wonk Review’s overflowing cornucopia! at Managed Care Matters. What’s in this cornucopia? ACA, FDA, ACO, GOP, CEO and much more. Check it out!
Louise Norris ushers in the change of season with her Fall Colors Health Wonk Review over at Colorado Health Insurance Insider. Check it out.
Steve Anderson of Medicare Resources makes a case for selfies in this week’s Health Wonk Review: The Selfie Edition. He also focuses on medical technology, Obamacare, ACOs, Medicare and more in his roundup of posts.
Peggy Salvatore of Health System Ed posts this week’s edition of the Health Wonk Review. She has the clever theme of “The More Things Change, The More They Cost.” Check it out!
The “Hot Summer Nights, Cool Summer Drinks” edition of the Health Wonk Review is up at InsureBlog. Hosted by the always-insightful Hank Stern, it filled with useful insights from the world of health policy.
Louise Norris hosts a hot-off-the-presses edition: Summertime! Health Wonk Review at Colorado Health Insurance Insider.
Apple Watch and chemotherapy. Globalization of healthcare. #YoTambienMeDormi. $2 billion needed for antibiotics research? Out-of-pocket costs as a side effect? …plus a pre-Memorial Day Edition of Health Wonk Review at Workers Comp Insider.