Announcing: Health Reform Watch Blog
Now that we’ve got a critical mass of posts, I just wanted to announce Health Reform Watch, a project of the Seton Hall’s Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy. We’ve been honored with some great contributions, including:
Tim Greaney on competition in the insurance market.
Tim Jost on the prerequisites for a successful co-op compromise.
John Jacobi on public plans and chronic care.
Nathan Cortez on comparative health reform.
Jacob Hudnut on failed state health reforms.
Justin Goldstein on insurance exchanges.
We’re trying to develop a new resource collecting news and commentary on health reform. The eventual vision is to have bloggers covering certain “beats” (including Medicare, Medicaid, state reforms, licensure rules, etc.). I think Managing Editor Michael Ricciardelli has done a great job getting a wide variety of relevant content online. Please let him or me know if you have any suggestions for improving it.