Jenny Gold

Jenny Gold covers the health care industry, overhaul and disparities for radio and print. Her stories for KHN have aired on NPR and been printed in USA Today, the Washington Post, McClatchy and MSNBC. She was previously a Kroc Fellow at NPR, where she covered health and business, and a broadcast associate at the CBS Evening News. She is a graduate of Brown University. | Contact: JGold@kff.org | @JennyAGold
  • The $64,000 Question: Can Health Care Be Paid For Without Breaking the Bank?

    Democrats in Congress, surprised by the high cost estimates for their health care proposals, are looking at a wide range of options for raising money and reducing costs. Some of the revenue raisers have been rejected in previous years, but now all ideas are on the table because of the big amounts needed to pay for a health care overhaul.

    Jun 22, 2009

  • Checking In With Group Health Cooperative's Pam MacEwan

    Non-profit health co-ops have gained currency in the national health reform debate. But for some, like those who participate in the Group Health Cooperative, the idea has been working for decades.

    Jun 15, 2009

  • New Yorker Article Sparks Strong Reaction

    Surgeon and author Atul Gawande's recent article in The New Yorker is generating intense discussion about the cost of medicine and exerting a powerful influence over the health reform debate.

    Jun 10, 2009

  • Daschle Gives Health Reform 50-50 Chance Of Passing

    The man originally designated to run President Obama's health reform effort debated President Bush's HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt about possible overhaul legislation.

    Jun 02, 2009