Top 10 Posts from 2012

  1. Did the Election Save ObamaCare?
  2. Bernie Madoff Accounting for Medicare
  3. Troubles Ahead, Troubles Behind (Greg Scandlen)
  4. Is Fee-for-Service the Problem? (Greg Scandlen)
  5. How Not to Think About Health Care
  6. Hypocrisy on Medicare Reform
  7. What’s Wrong with the Health Care Media?
  8. Paul Krugman Doesn’t Have Private Health Insurance
  9. The Anti-Capitalist Mentality
  10. Health Spending Slows, While Premium Growth Accelerates (John R. Graham)

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  1. Kyle says:

    On the 2nd link.. I always wondered if policymakers actually read the trustees report.

  2. Joe S. says:

    My favorite: How not to think about health care.

  3. Mae says:

    ICD-10 codebook. This will offer 140,000 separate billing codes, according to The Wall Street Journal, including “codes for injuries in opera houses, art galleries, squash courts, and nine locations in and around a mobile home, from the bathroom to the bedroom.”

    Interesting, locations around a mobile home need billing codes??

  4. Neil Caffrey says:

    Those were all very solid posts! My favorites are alwaus the “Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen”. There’s always something interesting.

  5. Christian L. says:

    Yay for Krugman! He made it to the top 10…for the wrong reasons…

  6. Charlotte says:

    Excellent collection of posts. Can’t wait to see what John Goodman will come up with this year.

  7. August says:

    What if Romney had won? Think of the mess trying to repeal and replace Obamacare while dealing with the fiscal cliff.