2019 AHCJ Reporting Fellow on Health Care Performance
The Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) Reporting Fellowships on Health Care Performance is a yearlong program enabling mid-career journalists to pursue a significant reporting project examining health care systems.
The program, in its tenth year, is meant to help journalists understand and report on the performance of local health care markets and the U.S. health system as a whole. To learn more, visit the Association of Health Care Journalists website.
- Carol Cruzan Morton, independent journalist writing for The Oregonian
- Nicholas Florko, Washington correspondent, Stat
- Sebastián Martínez Valdivia, public health reporter, KBIA-Columbia, Mo.
- Alice Ollstein, health care reporter, Politico
- Luanne Rife, health reporter, The Roanoke Times
- Jocelyn Wiener, independent journalist writing for CalMatters