Here are the links to every entry in Trudy Lieberman’s “Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts” series, in descending order.

03/03/10: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part X - Unintended consequences for low-income workers

11/04/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part IX - What does the public say?

10/20/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VIII - Unintended consequences for patients

10/07/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VII - Unintended consequences for small business

09/16/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VI - The canary in the coal mine

08/05/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part V - Finding affordable health insurance

07/21/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part IV - The new math, or maybe it’s the old

06/10/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part III - Rapidly rising medical costs jeopardize the state’s insurance miracle

05/04/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part II - Does an individual mandate work? Depends on who’s talking

03/23/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part I - Critical analysis begins to trickle in

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Trudy Lieberman is a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health and a longtime contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review. She is the lead writer for The Second Opinion, CJR’s healthcare desk, which is part of our United States Project on the coverage of politics and policy. Follow her on Twitter @Trudy_Lieberman.