Posted by Ruth O’Brien

American health reform is health-insurance reform. Please. Unless you were a child at the time, we all know this. So Robert Pear should not lead in one of our most distinguished papers of record by pointing out that “in many states . . . smaller networks of doctors and hospitals than are typically found in commercial insurance” will be available to consumers under the Affordable Care Act. These states extend “from California to Illinois to New Hampshire” and include many politically and regionally different states in between (red, blue, and purple). Again, Continue reading →