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We highlight the latest media coverage of what's likely to happen with health reform in the post-election landscape.

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Now that we've all voted – right? – our attention is turning to how health reform and Medicare changes might be affected by the results of today's election.

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Get fresh insights and new story ideas from our one-hour webinar on covering health reform post-election.

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At a South Los Angeles community clinic, the grand expectations of Washington policymakers meet the sobering realities of treating patients who often have poor health habits, limited resources and complex illnesses.

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Missed last night's Presidential debate? Here's a round-up of analysis of what the candidates said about health - and what they didn't say.

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Florida's controversial Medicaid privatization program has made the system more difficult to navigate over the past decade, according to some patients and health advocates. Has the U.S. Supreme Court's ACA ruling given the state an opening to expand privatization further?

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What's going to happen to the health workforce as health reform rolls out, particularly in rural areas?

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Journalists should delve into the various provisions of the law and explain how they will affect not only consumers but health care's special interests.

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Health reform gets rolling, a new diet pill, problems with hip implants and more from our Daily Briefing.

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The nurse wheeled my young friend Alexander’s gurney into the emergency room. As she walked away from him, she shot out a parting remark: “This is how you lose a leg – or your life.”

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