Health Policy Valentines to Warm the Heart

Nothing warms our hearts like a few good Health Policy Valentines ― especially those that are sweet on KHN. Tweeters lit up our timeline in recent days with valentine messages about topics ranging from covid-19 vaccines and mask-wearing to the price of health care. Here are some of our favorites.

Roses are red Violets are blue Covid-19 is here Imma’ Vaccinate You #HealthPolicyValentines @KHNews

— Robert Longyear (@RLLongyear) February 8, 2021


Roses are redPlease wear a maskI swear, you’ll be fineIt’s not too much to ask

— Chad Sokol (@bychadsokol) February 9, 2021

Roses are redViolets are blueWhat to give moms this year?12 months postpartum coverage, child care & telehealth, to name a few! #HealthPolicyValentines @GeorgetownCCF @KHNews

— Stephanie Rubin (@Steph_Rubin) February 9, 2021

60 days? Nah baby.You deserve a whole year of postpartum coverage under Medicaid. #HealthPolicyValentines

— Emily Eckert (@emilyanneck) February 8, 2021

ACA roses are silverDiscounts are hidden in the sandYou will only find them as you walk On the beaches of Cheyenne#HealthPolicyValentines @TheDaduary @garthbrooks

— Greg Fann (@greg_fann) February 9, 2021

In honor of Valentine’s Day, the panelists on the latest episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” chose their favorite #healthpolicyvalentines from Twitter.

Just like Medicaid I won’t terminate your eligibility with me until the end of the PHE. #HealthPolicyValentines

— Dr. Emma Sandoe (@emma_sandoe) February 8, 2021

Will you join my bubble? #HealthPolicyValentines

— Dr. Emma Sandoe (@emma_sandoe) February 8, 2021

Unlike compounded drugsThat caused meningitisOr bad stents that ledTo myocarditis

Our love I do sayIt isnt defectiveData can prove itBut its not prospective

Its based on real dataFrom our world where it cameLike safety examinedFrom using a claim#HealthPolicyValentines

— Ben Moscovitch (@benmoscovitch) February 9, 2021

Roses are redIt can’t be deniedYour mask does no goodWhen your nose is outside#HealthPolicyValentines

— Arielle Levin Becker (@ariellelb) February 8, 2021

Kaiser Health News (KHN) is a national health policy news service. It is an editorially independent program of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation which is not affiliated with Kaiser Permanente.


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