California Healthline: Three of the Most Over-Hyped Health Care Reform Stories of 2013

by Matthew Wayt, California Healthline Editor

Media coverage of the Affordable Care Act reached a new high in 2013, as state and federal officials scrambled to move the final pieces of the law into place and health policy analysts struggled to forecast the triumphs and pitfalls of the overhaul.

As a result, some ACA-related news stories received far more attention than warranted.

In this “Road to Reform,” we recount the three most over-hyped health care reform stories of the year. (Check back with “Road to Reform” in January 2014 for the complement to this piece — a rundown of the most overlooked health care stories of 2013.)

1.) The Unpreparedness of State Exchanges…

Continue reading here: http://www.californiahealthline.org/road-to-reform/2013/three-of-the-most-over-hyped-health-care-reform-stories-of-2013

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