What happens when you treat health care like a soap opera?

In theory, cable news should be the perfect venue for explaining a complicated issue like health care policy. 24-hour news networks have a ton of airtime to fill, access to a wide range of policy experts, and a roster of journalists who can find real-life examples that illustrate how abstract policy changes could impact people’s […]

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These are the new factions of the Senate health care debate

This is the web version of VoxCare, a daily newsletter from Vox on the latest twists and turns in America’s health care debate. Like what you’re reading? Sign up to get VoxCare in your inbox here. Senate Republicans sound a little more upbeat about the prospects for Obamacare repeal. They reviewed their policy options at […]

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Silicon Valley is too focused on taking the easy path in health care

Silicon Valley investors are looking for opportunities on the fringes of the traditional health care system to avoid long and complicated regulatory cycles. These start-ups will not help low-income and chronically ill patients who need innovation most. Christina Farr | @chrissyfarr 12 Hours AgoCNBC.com Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images A medical doctor examines […]

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Twitter Moments Review – Should Small Businesses Care?

Usefulness Functionality Price Summary With no opportunities to participate, a lack of focus on business and a high price tag on promoted moments, we don’t expect small businesses to find Twitter Moments useful. Launched on October 6, 2015, Twitter Moments is the embodiment of Twitter’s latest objective as put forth by CEO Jack Dorsey during […]

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Taking Care of Your Business Means Taking Care of Yourself

Growing up, everyone is told there’s no room for selfishness in corporate America. If you want to be successful, then you have to be a team player. Unfortunately, over the years, many of us have confused the notion of being a “team player” with the idea that you can’t do anything for yourself. This often […]

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