Noam N. Levey writes about national health care policy for the Los Angeles Times/Tribune Washington bureau. His stories about the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicaid, and other health care issues regularly appear in newspapers nationwide, including the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Hartford Courant, and Orlando Sentinel. He has written for Health Affairs and is a frequent guest on nationally broadcast public radio programs. Prior to joining the Times in 2003, Levey was an investigative reporter for the San Jose Mercury News in Silicon Valley. A Boston native, he has a degree in Middle Eastern history from Princeton University.
Mr Levey's fellowship-supported Los Angeles Times series, "Unequal Treatment," examines what America’s healthiest communities do for their residents, and what’s missing in the nation’s least healthy places. Read the articles: