Underappreciated Weblogger of the Month: A Baker's Dozen from Richard Mayhew
Another in my series of webloggers who I think are underappreciated--of people who, by accidents of chance and historical contingency, are just as smart (or more) and are as (or more) worth reading as I am. Richard Mayhew of Balloon Juice is doing some of the very most interesting blogging-from-the-trenches of our health care financing system.
Here's a baker's dozen of worthwhile reads:
- Evidence and Cost Curve Bends (2016):
- On-exchange profitability (2016):
- Cruzing for coverage (2016):
- Federalizing Medicaid funding (2016):
- CHIPPING away at uninsurance (2016):
- The hope of stabilization (2016):
- Hyde and Single Payer (2016):
- Fear to defend the ACA (2015): :
- Rate increases (2015): :
- Docs, guns and population health payments (2014):
- Reading the Manhattan Institute so you don’t have to: Part 1 (2014):
- What a difference a year makes (2014):
- Brad Delong Smackdown Watch (2014):
Read him, you should. Be much smarter, you will. Hmmmm?
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