OK, so the website sort of works. Now we need to do something about costs. We may see big changes in the number of insured Americans. But the price of health remains obscene. The NYT takes a look at the the high (and widely variable) cost of cutting your finger: As hospital prices soar, a stitch tops $500. When I feel sick, I meet a concierge doctor in the penthouse suite of a luxury hotel. It’s cheaper that way.

+ WaPo: Nearly all hospitals will give you the price of parking. Barely any will give you the price of health care.