Sarah Kliff is a senior editor at Vox, where she oversees health, medicine, and education coverage. Kliff joined Vox in February 2014 from the Washington Post, where she covered health policy and was a founding member of Wonkblog, a policy blog dedicated to making complex policy topics easily approachable and understandable. Prior to the Washington Post, she was a staff writer at Politico, also covering health policy. Her writing has appeared in Newsweek, National Geographic, the BBC, and other news outlets.
Her project is focusing on fatal medical errors and what differentiates hospitals with high and low rates:
- 9 facts about medical errors you should know before entering a hospital
- Medical errors in America kill more people than AIDS or drug overdoses. Here's why.
- Do no harm: There’s an infection hospitals can nearly always prevent. Why don’t they?
- Fatal mistakes: Doctors and nurses make thousands of deadly errors ever year. They are reprimanded. Do they also deserve support?