KFF Health News senior Colorado correspondent Markian Hawryluk discussed how the community of Pueblo is pushing back against a nonprofit hospitals’ lack of charity care on Colorado Public Radio on Aug. 17.
- Click here to hear Hawryluk on Colorado Public Radio
- Read Hawryluk’s “Community With High Medical Debt Questions Its Hospitals’ Charity Spending”
KFF Health News former senior editor Andy Miller discussed PFAS, otherwise known as “forever chemicals,” on WUGA’s “The Georgia Health Report” on Aug. 18. Miller also discussed a KFF survey on weight loss drugs and health care fraud on WUGA’s “The Georgia Health Report” on Aug. 11 and Aug. 4, respectively.
- Click here to hear Miller on the Aug. 18 “The Georgia Health Report”
- Click here to hear Miller on the Aug. 11 “The Georgia Health Report”
- Click here to hear Miller on the Aug. 4 “The Georgia Health Report”
- Read Miller’s “EPA Action Boosts Grassroots Momentum to Reduce Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’”
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