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  • Health Insurance Critic Wendell Potter: Why I Turned Against My Industry

    Wendell Potter, the former CIGNA Corp. public relations executive, now outspoken critic of health insurers, has been a high-profile catalyst in the debate over health reform — with a message that the insurance business model fails most consumers....
  • The doctor's in-box

    The doctor's in-box
    The doctor-patient relationship is moving online. With 68% of American adults now using the Internet to search for healthcare information, it's no surprise that many also want digital access to their doctor. Whether they have that option will depend...
  • Health insurance headaches: Ouch, what a pain!

     
    It was a routine annual mammogram for my wife, and it was supposedly 100 percent covered by my health insurance. Now, six months and many frustrating phone calls later, I???m getting hounded by a collection agency and a ???payment processing......
  • Ornaments on Senate healthcare Christmas tree -- boon to pharmaceutical, insurance companies?

     
    While many Americans were sleeping, at 1:18 this morning, the Senate cleared President Obama's healthcare bill over a procedural hurdle, presaging a Christmas Eve vote. Or, more accurately, Senate Democrats did. On a strict 60-40 vote, Democrats, joined...
  • Wall Street bets on a GOP win in Massachusetts

     
    Wall Street thinks it knows the outcome of today’s Massachusetts special election for the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat. Stocks are broadly higher, led by healthcare issues, as some investors bet that Kennedy’s seat will go to Republican challenger...
  • Street artists hunker down at L.A. Art Show

     
    Street art is often a hit-and-run, clandestinely created affair, but the Los Angeles Art Show is letting four leading L.A. practitioners of the genre hunker down for a good long spell and create under the public eye during the event's......
  • Share your thoughts: Health insurers take heat for rise in profits

     
    Today The Times reported on how the five biggest companies covered 2.7 million fewer people last year but earned 56% more. As the nation struggled last year with rising healthcare costs and a recession, the five companies racked up combined......
  • Theater review: ‘Neighborhood III: Requisition of Doom' at Sacred Fools Theater

     
    Suburbia turns in on itself in "Neighborhood III: Requisition of Doom." Jennifer Haley's play about an online video game that mirrors its teenage players' own community receives an impressively determined West Coast premiere at Sacred Fools. A hit at the....
  • Online healthcare information: The doctor's in-box

     
    With 68% of American adults now using the Internet to search for healthcare information, it's no surprise that many want digital access to their doctor. Whether they have that option will depend heavily on doctors' ability to get paid for the service....
  • When a Medicare cut isn't exactly a cut

     
    An editorial in today's Wall Street Journal finds a new setting for the argument that the Democrats' healthcare reform bills would reduce Medicare benefits -- this time, lambasting Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) for calling on an...
  • Monster Mash: Barnes Foundation groundbreaking; 'Hair' moving to London; Hawaiian skulls head home

     
    -- Moving forward: Groundbreaking has taken place for the Barnes Foundation's new museum in Philadelphia. (Philhadelphia Inquirer) -- Hair again: The Tony-winning revival of "Hair" will open in London on April 14, featuring the original Broadway cast....