03/30/09: Baucus Watch, Part VII - Does he or doesn’t he support a public plan?
03/25/09: Insurers Have a New Idea - Is it really for real?
03/25/09: What Are Insurers Up To? - It depends on whose story you read
03/23/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part I - Critical analysis begins to trickle in
03/18/09: Laurel to The Philadelphia Inquirer - For parsing preexisting conditions
03/12/09: Time Offers Half a Loaf - Great health care story—but then what?
03/09/09: The Takeaway from the Health Care Summit - New euphemisms for the press to avoid
03/06/09: Baucus Watch, Part VI - The senator’s thoughts on financing health reform
03/06/09: Who Will Be at the Table? - Single-payer advocates are almost left off the invite list
03/05/09: Explaining COBRA - Let’s have some straight talk from the media
03/03/09: Wanted: More Skepticism at The New York Times - When the word “nonprofit” has a deeper meaning
03/02/09: Adieu, Medicare Advantage? - Another insurer gets in trouble
02/27/09: Where’s the Plan? - The media score well on their first-day budget stories
02/25/09: Mandating Health Coverage Makes a Comeback - The President and the man on the street
02/24/09: Divining Obama’s Health Care Budget - Early signals and the need for sharp eyes
02/20/09: Update on Medicare Advantage Plans - The administration’s unfinished business
02/19/09: A Laurel to the AP - For telling us who may not be at the table
02/17/09: The Stimulus Bill and Universal Coverage - The media are AWOL at the first skirmish
02/13/09: Dart to CNN - Who’s fact checking whom?
02/11/09: What the Stimulus Package Holds for Health Care - The devil indeed lurks in the details
02/09/09: Vetting Daschle’s Replacement - And the wisdom of the crowd
02/09/09: Excluded Voices - An interview with Timothy Jost, law professor at Washington and Lee University and author of Health Care at Risk: A Critique of the Consumer-Driven Movement
02/06/09: Baucus Watch, Part V - Smoke signals—when exactly will health reform happen?
02/03/09: Who Will Be at the Table? - The hospitals begin to take their seats
02/02/09: Mr. Daschle and His Speaking Fees - What “policy advice” did he give to United Healthcare?
01/28/09: Laurel to The Oregonian - Health care miracles that aren’t
01/26/09: COBRA and Health Care Equity - It’s time for the press to connect some dots
01/23/09: Baucus Watch, Part IV - Lobbyists in white hats
01/20/09: Missing Children - The story behind the story on SCHIP
01/16/09: Dart to the Florida Health News Service - Whose side is it on, anyway?
01/14/09: WellPoint Gets in Trouble with Medicare - Journalists should jump on this story ASAP
01/12/09: A Headline Writer Gets Carried Away - A real plan, or a lot of sweet talk from Daschle and his Senate colleagues?
01/08/09: The TV Doc as Surgeon General - Whose interests will Sanjay Gupta promote?
01/07/09: Who Will Be at the Table? - The docs have escaped media scrutiny—so far
01/06/09: A Laurel to the AP - For exposing one of Medicare’s biggest holes
01/05/09: Report from the Tupperware Circuit, Part II - The public vents, the press takes notice
12/23/08: Report from the Tupperware Circuit - A laurel to the Marion (Ohio) Star
12/22/08: Health Care Flashpoints - Whither the public plan option?
12/19/08: Who Will Be at the Table? - Special interest groups masquerade as ordinary citizens
12/18/08: Only in America - Insurance for the insured who become uninsured
12/15/08: Did the Press Hear What We Heard? - The media bury some important news on Obama’s health plan
12/09/08: Some Good Health Coverage at Local Papers - Laurels in El Paso, Dayton, and Colorado Springs
12/08/08: Who Will Be at the Table? - What lurks under the insurers’ gesture of friendship?
12/05/08: Conseco Redux - What lessons does the Pennsylvania insurance mess have for health reform?
12/03/08: Baucus Watch, Part III - Montana reporter digs deep into the senator’s white paper
11/24/08: Let’s Hear It for Penalizing the Uninsured - The Daily Oklahoman passes along some suggestions
11/20/08: Who Will Be at the Table? - Drug companies eye a large chair