from The Incidental Economist at https://bit.ly/2Al1S2G on June 30, 2020 at 01:44PM
Following on the heels of Austin’s post from yesterday, I’d like to share my contribution to JHPPL’s Affordable Care Act at 10 edition. Along with my coauthors (Bob Blendon, John Benson, Mary Findling, and Eric Schneider), I evaluated how preferences for different approaches to health reform relate to variations in underlying political attitudes and self-reported experiences with and judgment of the health care system. You can click through to a brief thread of highlights below, or download the full PDF (currently ungated) here.
Very excited to share that I (and my stellar coauthors) have a new paper out in JHPPL evaluating how different political attitudes and self-reported experiences with the health care system relate to health reform preferences. 1/https://t.co/TBtACnf9lI pic.twitter.com/TJhP23JPni
— Adrianna McIntyre (@onceuponA) June 29, 2020