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Health Policy Blogs On Economy, Prospects For Reform



December 12th, 2008
by Jane Hiebert-White

A new edition of the Health Wonk Review posted this week highlights a round-up of health policy bloggers on prospects for reform in an Obama administration, the intersection of health care and the economy, and more. Vince Kuraitis of e-CareManagement Blog, offers a Dragnet-style “just the facts” spin for his turn at hosting the biweekly blog compilation. Also out today, Kaiser Daily Health Report offers its Friday Blog Watch. The Kaiser health blog round-up appears every Tuesday and Friday.

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  1. Dennis Cotter Says:

    The White House Office of Health Reform’s mission sounds reminiscent of the National Center for Health Care Technology’s (NCHCT) charge to assess established and new technologies. NCHCT was short lived (1979-82). Having been the last one to turn out the lights at NCHCT, I’d be happy to tell you of the pitfalls we encountered along the way as well as the lessons I learned from the experience.

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