The writers of the GoHealth blog are always on the prowl for the latest health care and health insurance news to share with our readers. This means we do research and read health insurance articles – a lot!
When reading this many articles on a daily basis, you can’t help but notice that certain reporters tend to pique your interest more than others. It’s not just about their solid advice and trustworthy information, either. They’ve got that health care “Je ne sais quoi” that just drives us wild!
In no particular order, here’s the list of GoHealth’s Top Five Health Reporters:
1. @KerryHannon Kerry Hannon writes about a lot more than just health insurance, but when she does it always gets our attention. With a focus on financial journalism, Kerry currently is a contributing editor for U.S. News & World Report and USA Today. She also is AARP’s Jobs Expert, contributes to Forbes magazine and writes the “Second Verse” blog for Forbes.com.
2. @ezraklein Ezra Klein, who started his first blog in 2003, is a blogger and columnist for The Washington Post, a contributor on MSNBC and a Bloomberg columnist. His bio reads “His work focuses on domestic and economic policymaking, as well as the political system that’s constantly screwing it up.” We like his blunt approach.
3. @sarahkliff Sarah Kliff, formerly of Politico, now covers health policy for the Washington Post. That means she’s a colleague of Ezra! So much talent under one publication. We admire Sarah’s ability to stay on top of all the latest health care issues and make a sometimes “dry” topic come alive.
4. @JeffreyYoung_HC Jeffrey Young writes all about health care for the Huffington Post. His blog entries are thoughtful, informative, and when appropriate, rather witty. His breadth of experience comes from years of experience writing for organizations like Bloomberg News and The Hill.
5. @lisazamosky Lisa Zamosky is another one of our absolute favorites. She writes WebMD’s “Health Insurance Navigator” blog and does correspondent work for California Healthline and iHealthBeat. She also wrote extensively as a consumer health care columnist for the L.A. Times. Lisa is considered to be an expert in her field, and we are glad to have her as a resource.