With all that’s going on in California, we haven’t covered the presidential candidates and their health care plans too much.
It has been covered by several blogs, including two by independent-minded folks who used to work in the insurance field.
This week, Joe Paduda in Managed Care Matters is at the annual progressive gathering of Campaign for America’s Future, Take Back America. He’s providing up-to-the-minute reporting of what the candidates are saying about their health plans. So far he’s written on Obama, Edwards, and Richardson.
Bob Laszewski at Health Care Policy and Marketplace Review provides a broader context and some insight, wondering where the Republican candidates are on health reform, and noting that the Democratic candidates plan to make health care an issue–but not to distinguish themselves in the primary.