Journalists Delve Into Climate Change, Medicaid ‘Unwinding,’ and the Gap in Mortality Rates – KFF Health News

KFF Health News senior correspondent Samantha Young discussed Medicaid and climate change on KCBS Radio’s “On-Demand” podcast April 29.

  • Click here to listen to Young on KCBS
  • Read Young’s “ACs, power banks, mini fridges: Oregon equips Medicaid patients for climate change,

KFF Health News contributor Andy Miller discussed Medicaid closing on WUGA’s “The Georgia Health Report” on April 26.

  • Click here to listen to Miller on “The Georgia Health Report”
  • Read Phil Galewitz’sMillions were stolen from Medicaid. The insurers who run it received Medicaid revenue anyway.,

KFF Health News Nevada correspondent Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez discusses mortality rates in rural America on The Daily Yonder’s “The Yonder Report” on April 24.

  • Click here to listen to Rodriguez on “The Yonder Report”
  • Read Rodriguez’City-country mortality gap widens amid persistent deficiencies in rural health care access,

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