One-fourth of all Americans went without health insurance in 2011. We as a nation should do better.
A Lens on Health
I was fortunate enough to attend a screening last week of The Waiting Room, a unique lens on public health and our current health system. The screening was part of the Center for Health, Media and Policy’s ongoing Health in Film & New Media Series series; it was was one of the best films I have…
Health costs jump again – is it 2014 yet?
It got big play in the media today but a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey on the rising cost of health insurance is not breaking news to many Americans, including many of my friends and colleagues that are in untenable positions. NBC led their news tonight with a report on Kaiser’s study, it’s featured prominently…
2014 Can’t Come Soon Enough for Some
It really rankles me when I see companies – especially insurance companies – put profits before people.
Health Reform Provisions Kick In
several new health reform provisions kick in this week: a boon for consumers or more fodder for the Republicans?