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The Best, Most Revealing Reporting on Our Healthcare System (ProPublica)

A collection of revealing news stories on the U.S. health care system could make for some interesting reading while the Supreme Court decides the fate of the health reform law. A lawsuit from the American Medical Association blocked average citizens from accessing what is “widely considered the single best source of information on the U.S. health-care system.” Could medical costs be lowered by focusing on better care for the neediest patients? Nearly 10 million Americans qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid, but while the two fight over who should pay, the patients often ends up without proper care. Insurers revoke policies to keep premiums down, but regulators and investigators say most cases lack good reason for cancellation.

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