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The Apples To Apples Fallacy

To promote their infallible expertise, fathead consultants love to present apples-to-oranges comparisons as though they were apples-to-apples comparisons. One such prominent consultant (hint: a famous Forbes columnist) recently gushed over the success of music provider Spotify.com; contrasting its success to the team that built the buggy, slow, initial, version of the healthcare.gov web site. 103 more words

Management

Former Office Boss Kurt DelBene Returns to Microsoft After Helping Fix Healthcare.gov

Microsoft said Monday that it has rehired Kurt DelBene, the former head of its Office unit.

DelBene will serve as executive VP of corporate strategy and planning, reporting to CEO Satya Nadella. 84 more words

Enterprise

Democrat Or Republican? ObamaCare Has Your Back

"It's the end of discrimination against the sick in America." —President Obama on how we're #BetterWithObamacare. ofa.bo/a42r


Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 25, 2015…

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All Photos

No More Nevada HealthLink?

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Several Nevada Republicans are trying to scrap the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange launched as part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul. 122 more words

News

The Founders Didn’t Fail—We Are Failing The Founders

An outstanding essay on what are doing to ourselves, and how the very notion what it meant to be an American is slowly being eaten away. 100 more words

Health Policy

My March Madness, Part 2: Health Care Regional

Obamacare vs. Blue Cross Blue Shield of TN – the title match in my life over the last few months.

Job transition means figuring out if you can afford health care, or if you will be forced to live without it. 1,025 more words

Life Lessons

'Check the monitor’: Something funny spotted in The Hill's photo for Obamacare story

Fun catch by @smith_casey. Check the monitor https://t.co/vFTLHu97R2

— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) March 26, 2015

The Hill’s tweet promoting a story about Senate Republicans “targeting” Obamacare is accompanied by a photo:

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US Politics