Saturday, April 23, 2005

EZRA KLEIN has been blogging all this week on the health insurance policies of half a dozen nations around the world, and how they compare to ours -- or, more accurately, how ours compares to theirs because, in most cases, the U.S. falls quite a bit short of the mark when it comes to both the cost of health care and universal coverage.

Over at Angry Bear, Kash takes the zoom-in approach, with a series of posts on different aspects of health care in the United States.

Via Kevin Drum.

And if you want a regular source of information about health care issues, the Health Care Blog is just the ticket. I found it by way of a link on Ezra's blog.

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