Just some more good news: Nice chart from @HHS_ASPE on different measures of the uninsured rate. https://t.co/uGhGn759s6 pic.twitter.com/fi3uij9jqm — Margot Sanger-Katz (@sangerkatz) March 3, 2016 and the good news will probably continue for the first quarter of 2016: expected ++ gains from Exchange ++ Montana and Alaska Medicaid and a decent economy still supporting good […]
About David Anderson
I'm a research associate at Duke University Margolis Center. I used to be Richard Mayhew, a mid-level bureaucrat at UPMC Health Plan. I started writing here and have not found a reason to stop.
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Nate Silver is arguing on Twitter that the current Republican primary and the probably Trump nomination is the GOP party elite’s 997th worse case. He offers the 998th (Watergate Part Deux) and 999th(Aliens)… @ObsoleteDogma: No. 998 involves a Watergate-style scandal, No. 999 involves space aliens, and I don’t even want to think about No. 1000. […]
Just a few quick notes on the current campaign through the eyes of a white liberal who has never felt the Bern. On fundraising through February 2016: Sen. Bernard Sanders may have lost a majority of states on Super Tuesday, but he continues to pull ahead of Democratic presidential primary rival Hillary Clinton in the […]
Bloomberg is reporting that Oscar Insurance, the shiny new disruptive ™ health insurance company with an awesome web app is hemorrhaging money in New York: Startup Oscar Health lost $92.4 million in its New York health insurance business last year, a sign that insurers of all sizes are struggling in the new markets created by […]
Last night in the Super Tuesday open thread, Iowa Old Lady told us about her evening plans: I go to the gym because it’s supposed to fight my depression, but lately I’ve come to believe that I’m depressed because I have to go and “feel better” part is that I’m so happy it’s over. This […]