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Format Change

I decided to stop posting Healthcare Updates every Monday. For one, if I get overwhelmed on a Monday (like what has happened a couple of times in the past month) and can’t get everything out into a post, then it doesn’t get published. Plus, there’s a delay in getting the stories out there and I want to get fresh stories to the ten or so of you out there that regularly read the blog.
Instead of a weekly Update, I’m going to try to publish a group of 5-8 stories whenever I get to that number. Maybe it will be daily. Maybe it will be a couple of times per week. We’ll see how it goes. If I get ten angry e-mails, I’ll change it back to once a week.

As always, if you have any suggestions for content or stories, drop me an e-mail or leave a comment below. Always happy to republish patient stories as well.

Thanks!

8 Responses to “Format Change”

  1. ash says:

    Just remember that there are a lot of us that use reader or other RSS feeds. We might not get counted as site hits, but we’re here. ^_^

  2. Christine says:

    I’m not big on commenting, but I am a big fan of your blog, and have been for quite a while. The Healthcare Updates are awesome. However, they’re not as fun as your own stories. Do what you need to do!

  3. pete says:

    Fan here. Do whatever makes your life easier and still puts out great content. I’m sure the change will not aggravate many readers. Keep up the good work.

  4. midwest woman says:

    Bummer. Looked forward to them.

  5. Airedalelover says:

    I like the updates as well but enjoy your original ring as well.
    A blog is a cruel and demanding mistress!

  6. Airedalelover says:

    Writing, not ring. Damn the iPod and the auto fill or whatever it is called.

  7. Emily says:

    I say, do whatever you need to do to keep yourself sane while writing this blog. This is a huge source of my EM-pertinent reading and I appreciate the fact that you’re here and sifting through all of the news on my behalf. :) Keep writing – you’re one of my ‘must reads’ and I can wait a few days more for the Updates. Thanks for doing what you do.

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