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Is Obamacare Sustainable? Some insurance companies are pulling out of certain A.C.A. state health care exchanges. https://t.co/WLMdsAqt9bWe've learned a lot about the #ACA in 6 years. Why we must figure out—not get out of the exchanges @roomfordebate https://t.co/yL4BwxnKvq
Retweeted by Room for DebateCEO @BernardJTyson in @nytimes: Model ACA Changes on States That Have Had HealthCare Success https://t.co/nib2h4OM3j https://t.co/DRRpaxBflg
Retweeted by Room for DebateWith insurers pulling out of some exchanges, is Obamacare sustainable? https://t.co/E10vUKZTFmMy colleague @sarahL202 in @nytimes on why strengthening the risk pool will benefit enrollees & insurers companies https://t.co/Z8FwHzi4cr
Retweeted by Room for DebateObamacare was built to let states serve as incubators for innovation. So let's do what the successful states did. https://t.co/9JoIr0GN2BWould releasing genetically modified mosquitoes to stop disease in Florida even work? https://t.co/fR2iRpQKs8Has Obamacare failed the insurance companies? https://t.co/PE4EPlLn5k https://t.co/mt2mSqqF6gObamacare Is an Unstable Economic Model https://t.co/BbWEZcIm5N
Retweeted by Room for DebateIs it safe and sensible to put genetically changed mosquitoes into the environment to fight disease? https://t.co/ZRK90lQSbfHow to Boost Enrollment to Make Obamacare Affordable @SabrinaCorlette https://t.co/aAT2kW39zFObamacare is working. But we need a public option, writes Jacob Hacker of @ISPSYale https://t.co/IBrI7pC8n5Today's NYT Room for Debate: Is Obamacare Sustainable? @sarahL202 @BernardJTyson J Hacker, GM Turner, #GtownCHIR https://t.co/uGty0puSZY
Retweeted by Room for DebateIts working! And better than expected. Just ask Yale wonk Jacob Hacker, the father of the Public Option. https://t.co/4J0mnLxLqn
Retweeted by Room for DebateAetna & Oscar are the latest insurance companies to leave certain healthcare exchanges. Is Obamacare sustainable? https://t.co/ncPYVHVyDwIs Obamacare Sustainable? https://t.co/cE5Wlqe6a9
8/24
2016
China's more assertive policy in Asia is paying off. My take -- in a great conversation at @roomfordebate https://t.co/H6zM6PEKck
Retweeted by Room for Debate"China has no genuine allies. Even market size and cheap loans cannot buy trusting and trustworthy friends." https://t.co/nap9XMZFqlPrefer a monogrammed towel or not dying while hospitalized? https://t.co/dvyNR96Zu3
Retweeted by Room for DebateChina's regional expansion boosts power. Is it worth the resulting animosity? https://t.co/0fyHipHUoKOn luxury hospitals: "Would you rather wash your face with monogrammed towels or remain, for one thing, not dead?" https://t.co/8UeClmrFm5
Retweeted by Room for DebateChina’s foreign policy is growing more assertive. But is it serving its interests? https://t.co/urHz5P7rKkSkip Fancy Towels; Hire More Nurses. Why "patient satisfaction" is a poor metric for judging hospital performance. https://t.co/3gxrtEcx2s
Retweeted by Room for DebateInteresting debate on concierge hospital services: https://t.co/POZiEpgNam #patientcare #conciergemedicine
Retweeted by Room for DebateAs countries grow accustomed to deferring to Beijing’s claims, challenging them will start to feel like provocation. https://t.co/3RI0FNFahc"Hospitals are spending precious resources on hotel-like amenities when they should be hiring additional nurses" https://t.co/c3OssZCyVr
Retweeted by Room for DebateNo one in Asia wants to live under China’s shadow, but U.S. resolve looks weak. https://t.co/TNPyOcUJqqIs China’s regional aggressiveness in its long-term interests? https://t.co/8h2Om2y0w6Is Playing Tough in China’s Interest? https://t.co/MLhXPZ4PlD"There is no race for who can be the safest hospital in town," @ashishkjha tells @roomfordebate https://t.co/NSYFe3kQSD
Retweeted by Room for DebateIs Playing Tough in China's Interest? https://t.co/XGWD4EjGf2
8/23
2016
Would you rather wash your face with monogrammed towels—or remain not dead? @AlexndraRobbins on understaffed nurses https://t.co/CSDaB1CaRnIt's a huge problem when higher quality hospitals target high income patients. https://t.co/zSA998d9cqLuxury Hospital Care Limits Care for the Less Affluent https://t.co/DhQdKr74XJDoes concierge hotel-like service in #hospitals hurt or help #healthcare in general? https://t.co/LflUREqocB | @nytimes #ptexp
Retweeted by Room for DebateConcierge care may be the best hope for ensuring continued access to safety-net services says Goldman @roomfordebate https://t.co/3UoxEZ2Ier
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow ethical is concierge medicine — in which one can pay for first-class treatment at hospitals? https://t.co/c0CQtfsyctInteresting perspectives: Room for Debate: Hospitals That Feel Like Hotels https://t.co/DIb6WdlRJf
Retweeted by Room for DebateThe case for luxury hospital service: It allows for better care for those who can't afford it. https://t.co/XCQs7lPPu6As much as we hate to admit it - hospitals have a lot to learn from hotels. https://t.co/vIfV4I97Pf
Retweeted by Room for DebateHospitals routinely undervalue their nurses, who are often stretched too thin to provide optimal care. https://t.co/eXWkL7hqUNHospitals That Feel Like Hotels - & what they mean for #health & #healthcare. Smart business or ethical slippage? https://t.co/pOyntie8AE
Retweeted by Room for DebateHospitals are spending precious resources on amenities when they should be hiring #nurses https://t.co/3hDl2PjMKV https://t.co/fgoXl7feEV
Retweeted by Room for Debate“We have an arms race for who can be the fanciest hospital in town. But no race for the safest hospital in town.” https://t.co/gVRDG17A6I>@AlexndraRobbins takes on the chronic understaffing of nurses at hospitals: https://t.co/LnYzrFh3wT https://t.co/5tRKBShhOz
Retweeted by Room for DebateDo hospitals need to be more consumer-centric? https://t.co/oFtQNGpNK7 https://t.co/FVTNxDdWZz"Would you rather wash your face with monogrammed towels — or remain not dead?” Hire more nurses at hospitals: https://t.co/UiyjwAymMx
Retweeted by Room for DebateNurse understaffing is a health care crisis--and hospitals continue to do it. https://t.co/qtxzguQzXQ #safestaffing
Retweeted by Room for DebateConcierge care at hospitals: does it help or hurt medical care overall – interesting opinions @nytimes https://t.co/j0evyN8Pwr
Retweeted by Room for DebateLuxury hospital care: Nice, if you can afford it. But what does it mean for health care in general? https://t.co/0H0kilVprRHow does luxury hospital care affect health care in general? https://t.co/p2Wrc6PuJsHospitals, or Hotels? Concierge care caters to clients with money. But does anyone else benefit? https://t.co/X5yC27sqXoHospitals That Feel Like Hotels https://t.co/Qcs5JLjhsj
8/22
2016
Matt Lauer: Ryan, your robbery story isn't adding up? Ryan Lochte: https://t.co/r9xD4vMJSL
Retweeted by Room for DebateAustin police monitor and @NACOLE_org board member Margo Frasier on the benefits of more women in policing: https://t.co/qCzouYOnn4
Retweeted by Room for DebateInteresting article relating to recruiting Vets to #policing & benefits to a community. #PoliceJobs @TPD_Recruiting https://t.co/YTW6xbiRIl
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8/18
2016
Hire more female police, writes a former Texas sheriff. https://t.co/zWQ8SxvSyo https://t.co/OxDSIKKZmFAdrian Perkins (@DiplomatOfThe8) on the need for military vets in local police departments. https://t.co/Sdz2AiQLtI #HarvardBLSA #HarvardLaw
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow to improve police recruitment in America: https://t.co/a5DosnTajdPolice have begun to internalize a private-sector ethos, generating “profit” through civil asset forfeiture. https://t.co/op5VUErmEQPolice chiefs are inundated with offers from private companies to attract recruits for them. Why this is dangerous: https://t.co/iQsCvrTyuWA national discussion we all gotta have: How Can Police Do a Better Job of Recruiting Officers? https://t.co/12jDeCzFUN
Retweeted by Room for DebateWe need more female police officers. https://t.co/g4gm9JIt1QLaw attempts to close #gendergap by forbidding employers from asking interviewees about previous wage. Will it work? https://t.co/EeCyG1772T
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow Can Police Do a Better Job of Recruiting Officers? More veterans, women, culturally reflective recruits https://t.co/Re1aTStMSW
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow Military Vets Could Bring Much-Needed Sensitivity Training to Police Departments https://t.co/N4B4m6ACN9How Can Police Do a Better Job of Recruiting Officers? https://t.co/BCz41nD71ARecruiting the Best Police: Amid growing challenges, how can departments find the kinds of officers they need? https://t.co/uVgoAhAaZiHow Can Police Do a Better Job of Recruiting Officers? https://t.co/murQU9e9AH
8/17
2016
John Carlos, 1968 bronze medalist: "Talented athletes don’t just rely on what God gave them" https://t.co/FI6jJHzXe4 https://t.co/Bn0AMVjPlfHow Do Olympians Stay So Driven? Former medalists weigh in on what kept them motivated and inspired. https://t.co/maHXqgrbTA @Mandahl @Unionbasics Thank you for the feedback. This is important to us, and we will keep working to do better.Check out my piece here & read other contributors too. https://t.co/YMwWBH7E20
Retweeted by Room for Debate>@SarahHughesNY on the importance of role models in Olympic training: https://t.co/UGqw3ZVmX3John Carlos, who won bronze in the 200 meters in 1968, on what it takes to be an Olympian: https://t.co/ifuonYhnFT https://t.co/jtl5hK5ZHk
Retweeted by Room for DebateFormer Olympic gymnast Daniela Silivas: Bouncing back is the best way to honor a love of the sport. https://t.co/n6aMhsFobaLove this view of sport by Daniela Silivas, 1988 Olympic gold medalist & my gymnastics idol https://t.co/i63K6AZ5r6 https://t.co/CZS9unXG2h
Retweeted by Room for DebateFormer gymnast & 6-time medalist Daniela Silivaș on how to bounce back after defeat: https://t.co/Lw0Igmczzq https://t.co/mWSV6QO9yt>@NastiaLiukin: It's not just the long-term goals. Find daily, weekly & monthly motivations. https://t.co/37bkMCg6nKJohn Carlos, who won bronze in the 200 meters in 1968, on what it takes to be an Olympian: https://t.co/Yt9ZDfIT5H https://t.co/BWi4r5O6YLThese Room for Debate stories on how Olympic athletes stay motivated are amazing! #Rio2016 #TuesdayMotivation https://t.co/YfomsCKRO0
Retweeted by Room for DebateNastia Liukin on staying motivated and life after the Olympics: https://t.co/h0YGHD9VXbOlympic gold medalist @SarahHughesNY L'18 on motivation and building a more diverse group of role models https://t.co/xSL6t5yjHL
Retweeted by Room for DebateWhat does it take mentally to be an Olympic athlete? We asked former medalists to find out: https://t.co/Lq6BwMDVwhWhat keeps Olympic athletes motivated? Role models help, writes gold medalist @SarahHughesNY https://t.co/9HSsb8GDVz https://t.co/4gQjSERzO2
Retweeted by Room for DebateSome of my #policy heroes, @aijenpoo and @HeidiatIWPR featured in today's @nytimes @roomfordebate on #gender #paygap https://t.co/mBdq7fde6A
Retweeted by Room for DebateFormer Olympic medalists share advice on staying motivated and pushing through demanding days: https://t.co/nU2SzjBzbt>@DaraTorres on Olympian dedication: "You've got to push through the tough days." https://t.co/ZZfwObhrsCDara Torres, Nastia Liukin and other Olympic medalists on staying motivated as athletes (and people): https://t.co/njxRroguXWHow do Olympians push through tough days? Find out in the latest @nytimes feature with 5-Time Olympian @DaraTorres: https://t.co/gWPS7urzTh
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow to Reduce the #GenderPayGap via @roomfordebate https://t.co/eW5VVqAyt9 See our lesson on topic: https://t.co/omUNaCPwEs
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow do Olympians stay so driven? We asked some former medalists to find out. https://t.co/TvlP45Tv0EHow Do Olympians Stay So Driven? https://t.co/uR39ULwUDs
8/16
2016
Rm for Debate: How to Reduce Gender Pay Gap? job advancement, better jobs, salary transparency & negotiating power https://t.co/drJtFmsINV
Retweeted by Room for DebateMost of the pay gap is not caused by intentional discrimination, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. https://t.co/7sQVIBAmC4My @NYtimes op-ed examines the way we value work based on gender & race. Lets promote equity from the bottom up. https://t.co/xFq7NT96Dt
Retweeted by Room for Debate"The way we value work itself often has to do with gender and race...2/3rds of all minimum wage workers are women." https://t.co/AqcZxpf5XK
Retweeted by Room for Debate2/3 of all #minimumwage workers are women. To close the pay gap, it's long past time to #raiseit https://t.co/Wvmbcp6eBV
Retweeted by Room for DebateExcellent @nytimes piece citing @WUSTL prof @JakeRosenfeld1's research: The Decline of Unions and the Rise of Trump: https://t.co/gG9fBRoP0q
Retweeted by Room for DebateCulturally, we value work that happens in the home less & politically, that means unequal protection under labor law https://t.co/7Q1YuOhzed
8/15
2016
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