Special Delivery: Heart-Heavy Health Policy Valentines

This year’s health and fitness coverage valentine submissions ended up whole of compassion for individuals and problem more than the nation’s health care method.

KHN’s readers and tweeters are amid the most resourceful news people, sending in poetic valentines about doctor assistants, the looming Medicaid unwinding, the Affordable Care Act, the forthcoming stop to the covid-19 general public wellbeing emergency, and more.

Below are some favorites, that includes one blessed grand prize winner whose entry was turned into a cartoon by staff members illustrator Oona Tempest.

Roses are redCandy is sweetAdding #Dental to #Medicare Tends to make it a lot more comprehensive!#HealthPolicyValentines @KHNews

— Jennifer Goldberg (@goldberg_ja) February 7, 2023


I scheduled a physician to check out my coronary heart.But items went awry from the start.The PA stepped in …Did all the diagnosin’And the doc signed off on my chart.

– Arthurine Rice


Rules are readACA non-compliance is blueActuaries promote equityThrough the one danger pool#HealthPolicyValentines

— Greg Fann (Professional-compliance Overall health Actuary) (@greg_fann) February 5, 2023


Some states will be cruel,some states will be kindwhen the beginning whistle blowsfor the Medicaid unwind.@KHNews #HealthPolicyValentines

— xpostfactoid (@xpostfactoid) February 7, 2023


Really like is in the air but what does it signify with out treatment Without having wellness there is no wealth or hugs and kisses to share#HealthPolicyValentines @KHNews

— THE 3RD EYE Company (@the3rdeyeagency) February 7, 2023


@KHNews Roses are red, revenue is greenThe expense of health care is finding obscene. #HealthPolicyValentines

— Caitlin Andrews 🗞 (@ActualCAndrews) February 7, 2023


Without the need of youMy coronary heart stopsLike a Community Health and fitness Unexpected emergency#HealthPolicyValentines .@KHNews

— Michelle Ko (@michelleko2d) February 7, 2023


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