Covering Health Reform After The Election

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Presentation by Anna Gorman, from Reporting on Health's "From the White House to Community Clinics: What Happens Next for Healthcare Reform" webinar 11/8/2012.

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Covering Health Reform After The Election

  1. Covering Health Reform After the Election Anna Gorman Los Angeles Times
  2. Reporting reminders:•Focus on real people, not policymakers•Go to places where you can watchhealth reform in action•Cut through the rhetoric and translatethe jargon•Write less about what people thinkand more about what it looks like•Look for where the money is going
  3. Ideas in where people get care:•Hospitals•Private doctors•Emergency rooms•Clinics•Managed care organizations
  4. Ideas in how people get coverage:•Medicaid•Exchange•Workplaces•Private insurance
  5. Ideas in the challenges facing people:•Enrollment•Access•Those left uninsured•Cost for individuals and families•Cost for states
  6. Some Sources:•Federal govt: www.healthcare.gov•State health departments•Reporting on Health•Kaiser Family Foundation•National Academy of State HealthPolicy•Robert Wood Johnson Foundation•Alliance for Health Reform•Association of Health CareJournalists

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