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Margot Sanger-Katz

About Margot Sanger-Katz

Margot Sanger-Katz (@sangerkatz) covers health care for The Upshot at The New York Times. She was a health care correspondent for the National Journal and, as the recipient of an AHCJ Reporting Fellowship on Health Care Performance, she produced a series examining hospital consolidation and its influence on health care costs and the future of health reform.

D.C.-area journalists get tips on upcoming ACA stories

Photo: Margot Sanger-KatzJournalists at Sept. 18 Washington, D.C., chapter meeting heard from Tom Scully, a former CMS administrator; Stephen Zuckerman, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute; and Marilyn Serafini, a former journalist now with the Alliance for Health Reform.

Photo: Margot Sanger-KatzJournalists at a Sept. 18 Washington, D.C., chapter meeting heard from Tom Scully, a former CMS administrator; Stephen Zuckerman, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute; and Marilyn Werber Serafini, a former journalist now with the Alliance for Health Reform.

Open enrollment is coming again. And with millions of new people signing up for health insurance and renewing their plans come opportunities for new stories about how the Affordable Care Act is working.

Stephen Zuckerman, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and Tom Scully, a former administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services who now works as a private equity investor, spoke to an AHCJ chapter meeting in Washington, D.C. about the possible stories ahead.

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