Louise Radnofsky

Wall Street Journal

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Health policy reporter for the Wall Street Journal

Louise Radnofsky on KCRW

Some of the biggest health insurance companies in the country are proposing hefty bumps in the rates they charge customers.

Health Insurers Ask for Hefty Rate Hikes

Some of the biggest health insurance companies in the country are proposing hefty bumps in the rates they charge customers.

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HealthCare.gov  closed Sunday for most users of the Affordable Care Act. But for some others, the deadline will be extended.

Obamacare Gives an Extension and Admits (Another) Error

HealthCare.gov closed Sunday for most users of the Affordable Care Act. But for some others, the deadline will be extended.

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Payments for Medicare totaled $77 billion in 2012. But 1% of all the doctors involved got 14% of the payments. Three hundred forty-four physicians got more than $3 million each.

A New Trove of Data on Medicare Doctors

Payments for Medicare totaled $77 billion in 2012. But 1% of all the doctors involved got 14% of the payments. Three hundred forty-four physicians got more than $3 million each.

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