Joanne Kenen is the Commonwealth Fund journalist-in-residence at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She was previously the health editor at Politico and has worked for Reuters in New York, Florida and the Caribbean and Washington – mostly covering Congress. As a Kaiser Family Foundation media fellow in 2006-07, she wrote about aging and palliative care. She also wrote about health policy at the nonpartisan New America Foundation.Her work has appeared in numerous publications including The Atlantic, Kaiser Health News, the Washingtonian, CQ, The Washington Post, the Center for Public Integrity, Health Affairs, National Journal and Slate.
For Aida Beltré, working remotely during the pandemic came as a relief. She was taking care of her father, now 86, who has been in and out of hospitals and rehabs after a worsening series of strokes in recent years. Working from home for a rental property company, she could handle it. In fact, like […]