Lisa Zamosky

WebMD

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Health reform expert and blogger with WebMD, she’s also a columnist who writes a consumer health column for the Los Angeles Times; author of Healthcare, Insurance, and You: The Savvy Consumer’s Guide

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The Affordable Care Act, called  Covered California  here, continues to confuse people who want to sign up.

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