Chief Washington Correspondent, Kaiser Health News; Host, "What the Health"
Julie Rovner is chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News and host of KHN’s “What the Health?” podcast. Prior to joining KHN in 2014, she spent 15 years as health policy correspondent for NPR and was the lead correspondent covering the passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Prior to NPR, Rovner covered health for National Journal’s CongressDaily and before that for the Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, specializing in health care financing, abortion, welfare, and disability issues. A regular contributor to The Lancet medical journal, her columns on patients’ rights for Business and Health magazine won her a share of the 1999 Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award.
KHN's 'What the Health' Podcast: The Politics of Health Care (Live Taping)
Video — 51m 18s
Wiped Out: Medical Debt in America
Audio — 53m
The US Health Care Agenda: Top Journalists Explore the Issues
Video — 59m 24s
Legislators Who Built Obamacare Look Back and Ahead
Video — 1h 0m 23s
KHN's 'What the Health' Podcast: The State of State Health (Live Taping)
Video — 47m 9s
In the Weeds: Health Reform under President Obama
Audio — 50m
How Safe Is Your Hospital?
Audio — 1h 1m
Late Breaker: Health Reform Legislation to Arrive on Senate Floor
Audio — 59m
Deciphering and Manipulating the Genetic Code
Audio — 59m
Regulating E-Cigarettes, Cigars, and Hookah – How Far Has the Government Gone?
Video — 57m 0s