Media Coverage


Jan. 2015 – Washington Post. “Health insurers may be finding new ways to discriminate against patients.”

Nov. 2014 – National Public Radio. “Smooth Second Roll Out For MA Health Connector Site.”

Oct. 2014 – New York Times. “Medicaid, Often Criticized, Is Quite Popular With Its Customers.”

Aug. 2014 – New York Times. “Why More, Not Fewer, People Might Start Getting Health Insurance Through Work.”

June 2014 – New York Times. “In Texarkana, Uninsured and on the Wrong Side of a State Line.”

May 2014 – New York Times. “Mortality Drop Seen to Follow ’06 Health Law.”

May 2014 – MSNBC Melissa Harris-Perry Show. TV Interview.

May 2014 – Boston Globe. “Study calls wide Massachusetts coverage a lifesaver.”

May 2014 – Reuters Interview. “Health Reform Watch: Study finds fewer deaths after MA health reform.”

Apr. 2014 – Politico. “Study questions Obamacare impact on canceled plans.”

Apr. 2014 – Washington Post. “White, older and self-employed people want to keep their health plans.”

Jan. 2014 – National Journal. “Considering Medicaid Expansion for Your State? Read This Study.”

Jan. 2014 – USA Today. “Momentum builds for Medicaid expansion in states.”

May 2013 – Los Angeles Times. “Some could have gaps in medical coverage under new law.”,0,5572821.story

July 2012 – New York Times. “Medicaid Expansion May Lower Death Rate, Study Says.”

July 2012 – Wall Street Journal. “Death Rates Vary in Medicaid Study.”

Oct. 2011 – ABC News. “New Study Says Government Should Prepare for Contingencies in Medicaid Expansion.”

Oct. 2011 – Washington Post. “How Many Americans will gain insurance under health reform? Good question.”

July 2011 – National Public Radio, interview. “How Much Do States Really Spend On Medicaid?”

Feb. 2011 – Marketplace Radio, interview. “Health Insurance Churn Expected.”

Feb. 2011 – U.S. News and World Report. “With Health Care Reform, Income Swings May Mean Loss of Coverage.”

Dec. 2010 – Slate. “Dead giveaway: Why don’t more Americans use their free health insurance?”