Co-published with Grid. Young physicians in training are being squeezed by labor shortages, inflation and long hours.
I’ve Been Plagued by Medical Debt for Years. Here’s What Happened When I Tried to Pay a $2 Medical Bill.
Co-published with Slate. Recent changes—and more coming in early 2023—could bring some relief to a very broken system.
Co-published with The New Republic. Experts say the long-Covid crisis will mirror the pandemic itself, creating a “tsunami of disability” that will take a disproportionate toll on low-income people of color.
Co-published with 100 Days in Appalachia. Communities across Appalachia, especially in Tennessee, are struggling to maintain hospital care.
Co-published with 100 Days in Appalachia. With any hospital merger or acquisition, there’s a fear that those most in need, those in the most remote communities, will be ignored.
Co-published with 100 Days in Appalachia. Rural communities throughout America are struggling with the question of how to continue to provide hospital care.
Co-published with The Nation. Unless there are drastic changes to how we apportion health care in this country, the future of rural care will be either no care, or no choice.
Co-published with WIRED. Andrew Ibrahim was just finishing his surgical residency in Michigan when the coronavirus surge hit. It took a lifetime’s lessons to face the challenge.