Discover the latest developments in the most important topics in health care today.
Explore an extensive library, created and curated by AHCJ members, to help you cover the health care beat.
How I Did It
Why This Matters
Advance your career with ideas, contacts and support from the AHCJ freelance network.
Pitching, Reporting and Writing
Running a Business
Tools and Apps
Freelance Market Guide
Awards, Grants & Fellowships
Training & Events
Network with fellow health care journalists and gain valuable insights you can use every day.
Awards for Excellence
Recognizing the best health reporting in print, broadcast and online media since 2004.
Learn how we’re setting new standards for health care reporting and how you can be a part of it.
Principles & Policies
Board of Directors & Committees
Commitment to Diversity
Governance & Financials
Center for Excellence in Health Care Journalism
A supporting non-profit organization for AHCJ
After months of investigation and updates, California Watch reporters Christina Jewett and Stephen K. Doig have unleashed their full report…
In the wake of several high-profile incidents, The Boston Globe‘s Liz Kowalczyk has assembled a thorough investigation of alarm fatigue…
Hospitals are set to begin reporting information about hospital-acquired bloodstream infections to the federal government on Jan. 1, with the…
The Indianapolis Star‘s Daniel Lee reports that, according to the state’s newly released 2009 numbers, preventable medical errors are down…
The Boston Globe‘s Liz Kowalczyk tells the story of how one of the paper’s staff photographers stumbled upon a massive…
Part two of Marshall Allen and Alex Richards’ Las Vegas Sun hospital investigation series “Do No Harm” takes on hospital-acquired…
The latest statistics brief out of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality address what researchers called the “growing burden…
Saying that “commitment to open government goes beyond the making of government-wide policy for the future,” the White House announced…
In Health Affairs, Ashish K. Jha and Arnold M. Epstein have released a study in which they found a link…
Robert Wachter, M.D., (bio), editor of AHRQ WebM&M (Morbidity and Mortality), interviewed AHCJ President Charles Ornstein, of ProPublica, for a…