Noam Levey of The Los Angeles Times describes what it is like to cover health reform and health policy as a journalist. According to Levey, audiences are more skeptical than ever about what they read. This presents a particular challenge for writers and researchers whose job is to write about polarizing subjects. Levey discusses his view of the death panel controversy, the issue of regional variation, and efforts to cover stories about healthcare quality.

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