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Pleased to get top billing on this week's Health Wonk Review

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The Colorado Long Term Care Insider blog hosts this week’s edition of the Health Wonk Review, and I’m honored to have them give top billing to my newspaper editorial calling for balance in cancer screening messages.

But the new roundup also includes entries from:

• Maggie Mahar
• Austin Frakt at the Incidental Economist
• Jason Shafrain at The HealthCare Economist
• Joe Paduda of Managed Care Matters
• Jon Coppelman of Workers’ Comp Insider
• Dr. David A. Kindig of Improving Population Health
• Dr. Rich of The Covert Rationing Blog
• David Harlow of Health Blawg
• Dr. Roy Poses of Health Care Renewal
• John Goodman of Health Policy Blog
• Avik Roy of The Apothecary
• Mike Feehan of InsureBlog
• Ken Terry of BNET Healthcare
• David Williams of Health Business Blog
• Jessie Gruman on the Health Affairs Blog
• Jaan Sidorov of The Disease Management Care Blog
• Jonena Reith & Esther Groves on the Healthcare Talent Transformation blog
• Bran Flansbaum of The Hospitalist Leader
• Neil Versel of the Healthcare IT Blog
• Jared Rhoads on The Lucidicus Project
• Amer Kaissi of Healthcare Hacks

It’s quite a laudable volunteer effort by those like Louise and Jay Norris, who hosted and published this week’s review. If you don’t know about Health Wonk Review, you can read more and see past Reviews here.

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