The last post, which dealt with health insurance commissions, was self-serving. This one is self-aggrandizement, pure and simple.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran an article listing five “health care blogs gaining notice in the virtual world.” Don’t ask me how, or why, but this lil’ ol’ blog made the list along with the likes a blog affiliated with the prestigious journal, Health Affairs. Again, I don’t know how they found this blog, but it was gratifying to be included.
While we’re in Me Generation mode, please feel free to add a link from your web site to this one. It will help this blog rank higher in Google, Yahoo, MSN, Technorati and other search engines. That means folks searching for information and insight on health care reform will more easily find the perspective reflected here.
This blog started out as an experiment to see what blogging was all about. It’s turned into a whole lot more. My thanks to all of you who found it and made us almost-but-not-really-famous — at least among the readers of the Post-Dispatch in of St. Louis.