Photo: Kimberly LeonardJournalists catch up with one another on a balcony at Mission.
In the shadow of Washington National’s ballpark, the Association of Health Care Journalists’ D.C. Chapter participated in hosting a networking happy hour on Oct. 10 which drew at least 300 people from the health care reporting and policy world.
AHCJ teamed up for the first time with the nonpartisan and nonprofit organizations Society of Health Policy Young Professionals (SHPYP) and the Alliance for Health Policy for the co-branded health policy networking happy hour. It was held at Mission, a restaurant in the Navy Yard neighborhood. Continue reading
Photo: Kimberly Leonard
Trying to write critically about a new use of artificial intelligence?
Start by asking your sources three questions:
- How far they are away from the point of delivery?
- How much data are they working with and what is the diversity or scope of the population the data was gathered from?
- And finally, what kinds of algorithms did they apply and what sorts of devices are they limited to using?
The Association of Health Care Journalists has called on the nation’s top health officials to face questions about the Trump administration’s health initiatives.
In a Sept. 20 letter, AHCJ President Ivan Oransky asked Dr. Tom Price, health and human services secretary, and Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, to hold a press conference – something that has yet to occur seven months into their tenure. Neither has yet responded. Continue reading