Regional North America United States Society and Culture Politics Issues Health Care Reform Guides and Directories
Consumer Reports - Guide to Health Care Reform
News, analysis and information about insurance, getting access, patient safety, comparative effectiveness and your right to know along with videos, CU's own healthcare reform efforts and Top 10 wish list.
Ezra Klein - Health Reform For Beginners
Archive of Ezra Klein's most general coverage of healthcare reform, with links to the rest of his articles on health care, other blogs and resources.
The Guardian - Understanding the Healthcare Battle: The Best Resources from Around the Web
Guides, resources and news reports to help navigate through the legal maze of the Supreme Court's 2012 hearings.
Journalist's Resource - Health and Medical Research Websites
Resources including research centers, databases and journals. From the Joan Shorenstein Center at Harvard.
Journalist's Resource - Studies Database: Health Care
Collected research studies related to U.S. health care.
Kaiser Family Foundation - Health Reform Subsidy Calculator: Premium Assistance for Coverage in Exchanges/Gateways
Tool illustrating premiums and government assistance provided under the health reform bills originally passed by the House and Senate and the final legislation for people purchasing coverage on their own in an Exchange and are under 65 and not covered through their employer, Medicare or Medicaid.
NCSL - Federal Health Reform: State Implementation Entities, Reports, and Research
Current developments, information highlights and resources on federal and state level health care reforms. From the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Project Vote Smart - Health
Provides information on key votes, public statements, interest group ratings and ballot measures, nationally and by state.
ProPublica - Eye on Health Care Reform
Following health care reform through the legislative process and beyond.
Slate - An Online Guide to Following the Health Care Legislation
Timothy Noah's guide to the best online information sources for U.S. healthcare reform. Includes government, bloggers, columnists, news media, academics and think-tanks.
Interactive tools to compare and contrast health data from each of the 50 states. From The Kaiser Family Foundation.
U.S. Health Policy Gateway
Extensive directory of government and public agencies, institutes, organizations and people related to health care policy along with area profiles and comparisons, glossary, and news and information about issues and topics.
Wikipedia - Health Care Reform in the United States
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article includes information on health care systems, specific bills and advocacy groups.
Washington Post - Online Resources for Information on Health-Care Reform
Collection of guides to the new health insurance rules in effect now that the 2010 bill is law. From foundations, industry groups and consumer advocates. (April 06, 2010)
Slate - A Short History of Health Care
The history of U.S. health care since the 1920's demonstrates how market-driven healthcare undermines the very idea that the cost of illness should be spread out among the general population, healthy and unhealthy alike. "Assigning health care costs to sick people is what the market wants to do." (March 13, 2007)
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