Twitter Round-Up 10/9

By Sara Providence

This round-up features our bloggers’ key tweets from the past two weeks, ranging from the Affordable Care Act to issues of life and death:

Frank Pasquale tweeted the article, “40 Percent of Doctor Practices Unsure About Obamacare Exchanges.” According to the author, more than 80% of doctors participating in a study were unsure about how they would be paid by the exchange plans, and 40% don’t know if they’ll accept the plans at all. (10/8)

Art Caplan posted the article “Euthanasia for emotional pain: Mercy or a ‘culture of death’?” The harrowing piece continues the conversation about the ethics of assisted suicide, this time through the lens of a transgender man’s story. (10/7)

Frank Pasquale tweeted the article “When the Machine That Goes Ping Causes Harm: Default Torts Rules and Technologically-Mediated Health Care Injuries.” In the piece, author Nicolas Terry discusses the liability questions brought to light by the increased use of technology in healthcare delivery. (10/7)

Michelle Meyer tweeted a blog post by Josiah Neeley, called “How to Avoid Defaultmageddon: Randomize Obamacare.” Written before the government shutdown, it discusses the potential utility of allowing the Affordable Care Act to continue as planned in some states but not in others, in order to observe its effects. (10/3)

Richard Epstein tweeted his piece, “Government overreach threatens lives.” In light of an appeal of the 2012 decision in Regenerative Sciences LLC v. United States, he expresses the opinion that the FDA’s decision to review each individual stem cell procedure performed is bad policy. (10/2)

Stephen Latham tweeted about his appearance on the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC. He was featured as a discussant in a conversation about the book “Knocking on Heaven’s Door: The Path to a Better Way of Life” by Katie Butler, which addresses the idea that a longer life is not necessarily a better one. (9/28)

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One thought to “Twitter Round-Up 10/9”

  1. Thanks for the roundup of resources, Sara. I’m listening to this conversation on MSNBC on the Melissa Harris-Perry show – really interesting, really difficult thoughts they’re parsing through.

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