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AHCJ Media Fellows Announced

The Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) has named three veteran journalists to the second class of AHCJ Media Fellowships on Health Performance. The fellowship program, supported by The Commonwealth Fund, is intended to give mid-career print, broadcast, and online reporters an opportunity to learn about examples of high-performing health care systems, focus on innovations in care delivery, and explore a system or its significant parts to determine what makes that system effective or ineffective. Fellows are expected to complete significant and unique reporting projects by the end of 2012.

The 2012 fellows will be:

  • John George, a health care reporter for the Philadelphia Business Journal. George will focus on the state of obstetrics services in the Philadelphia area.
  • Margot Sanger-Katz, a health care correspondent for the National Journal in Washington, D.C. Sanger-Katz will examine the growing pattern of hospital consolidation and its influence on health care costs and the future of health reform.
  • Tammy Worth, a Kansas City–area freelance writer. Worth will produce articles about health care delivery to undocumented immigrants without health insurance.

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