Photo: Kimberly Leonard/Washington Examiner
About 50 health care reporters from the Association of Health Care Journalists’ Washington, D.C., chapter gathered at FierceHealthcare last month to toast the winter holidays.
The party, on Dec. 18, kicked off just one hour after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a ruling that health reporters everywhere had been watching: The judges ruled 2-1 that the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate was unconstitutional, and sent the case back to the lower courts. Continue reading
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: Phil GalewitzMore than 80 people attended the AHCJ D.C. chapter holiday party. There were reporters from Kaiser Health News, The Hill, The New York Times, Politico, Stat and many independent journalists.
The eighth annual holiday party for the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Association of Health Care Journalists hosted reporters alongside a record number of public affairs officials from government agencies.
About 20 spokespeople were in attendance, representing the Department of Health and Human Services, the National Institutes of Health, the Indian Health Service, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Administration for Community Living, and the Health Resources and Services Administration. Continue reading
Journalists from news outlets in Northeast Ohio met to talk about plans for the Cleveland chapter of AHCJ.
The newly reconstituted Cleveland chapter of the Association of Health Care Journalists launched with a Halloween social for AHCJ members on Oct. 25.
Plastic skulls, skeletons and the board game Pandemic expanded on the party’s theme, “Cheating Death: Keeping Health Journalism Alive.” Continue reading
Photo: Misty Williams/CQ Roll Call
The D.C. chapter of the Association of Health Care Journalists kicked off the fall season with a happy hour hosting public affairs officials from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The happy hour took place on Sept. 6 on the rooftop of CQ Roll Call, which overlooks the White House and the Capitol. Reporters enjoyed cold beverages, pizza and assorted snacks.
About 60 people attended, including independent journalists and reporters from The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico, Fierce Healthcare, Kaiser Health News, and The Hill. Continue reading