Limited data "makes people think that the problem doesn't exist."
Healthcare Systems & Policy
State legislators, Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts and other local leaders announced they are filing two federal complaints against Wellstar Health System.
The bill is being pushed by a multinational company from Illinois that wants to sell products in Hawaii more cheaply.
As the COVID-19 crisis evolves into a new normal, this issue marks the final edition of the Coronavirus Files.
This story was produced as part of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 Data Fellowship.
A patient who dramatically illustrated the story’s whole premise wanted to back out at the last minute. What's a reporter to do?
A nonprofit hospital system with a reported $2 billion buffer was closing a hospital that served people who take the bus because they can’t afford a car.
The lack of official, published data on the topic wasn’t just a barrier to my investigation — it was also part of the actual story.
My father was one of the many immigrants in the U.S. who despised going to doctors’ appointments, avoiding them until his diabetes landed him in the hospital.