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1 Finding a COVID-19 test site for kids can be a struggle
2 Why Coronavirus Tests Come With Surprise Bills
3 September 10, 2020
4 COVID State of Play; The Vaccine Rush; 'Ill-Fitting Scrubs'
5 Is it Safe to Send Your Kids to School?
6 Why it's so hard to get a coronavirus test for a child
7 COVID-19 Tests are Supposed to Be Free. Why Are People Being Charged Anyway? | The Brian Lehrer Show
8 Healthcare policy journalist Sarah Kliff talks Obamacare legacy, coronavirus
9 C-FORCE: You shouldn't defer medical treatment during pandemic
10 POLITICO Playbook PM: Woodward drops his bomb: Trump intentionally misled on Covid
11 Q&A with Sarah Kliff, health policy journalist
12 The Best Politics Podcasts to Help You Make Sense of the 2020 Election
13 Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408.
14 Hospitals Knew How to Make Money. Then Coronavirus Happened.
15 A Rare Economic Bright Spot in the U.S. Health System: The Vet’s Office
16 Bottleneck for U.S. Coronavirus Response: The Fax Machine
17 Most Coronavirus Tests Cost About $100. Why Did One Cost $2,315?
18 A Hospital Forgot to Bill Her Coronavirus Test. It Cost Her $1,980.
19 Why the Sickest Workers May Be Among the First Back on the Job
20 Kept at the Hospital on Coronavirus Fears, Now Facing Large Medical Bills
21 Republican Leaders Want to End Obamacare. Their Voters Are Expanding It.
22 Sarah Kliff answers 7 key questions about why American health care is so screwed up
23 Sarah Kliff Profile and Activity
24 This reporter came for ER bills (with the help of 1000-plus patients), and now doctors are listening
25 What Texas Would Look Like Without Obamacare
26 How Progressives Flipped the Script on Medicaid Expansion
27 In 'Medicare For All,' Health Care Is Seen As A 'Critical Service'
28 Why the U.S. Is Running Out of Medical Supplies
29 Hospitals Sued to Keep Prices Secret. They Lost.
30 Share Your Medical Bills for Coronavirus
31 How’s the Economy Doing? Watch the Dentists
32 Vox correspondent Sarah Kliff talks future of healthcare
33 The U.S. Tried to Build a New Fleet of Ventilators. The Mission Failed.
34 Wealthiest Hospitals Got Billions in Coronavirus Bailout
35 The U.S. Commits to Buying Millions of Vaccine Doses. Why That’s Unusual.
36 Sarah Kliff brings transparency to ER prices, one hospital bill at a time
37 With Medical Bills Skyrocketing, More Hospitals Are Suing for Payment
38 The I.R.S. Sent a Letter to 3.9 Million People. It Saved Some of Their Lives.
39 Full Analysis of the Republican Convention, Night 2
40 One culprit in America's slow coronavirus response: Fax machines
41 U.S. Hospitals Prepare for Coronavirus, With the Worst Still to Come
42 Closed Hospitals Leave Rural Patients ‘Stranded’ as Coronavirus Spreads
43 There Aren’t Enough Ventilators to Cope With the Coronavirus
44 Sarah Kliff has spent the past year reporting on high ER fees. Ask her anything.
45 Arizona ‘Overwhelmed’ With Demand for Tests as U.S. System Shows Strain
46 Avoiding Coronavirus May Be a Luxury Some Workers Can’t Afford
47 "This is Fine" | On the Media
48 Vice President Mike Pence: What Do We Know About Trump's Right-Hand Man?
49 Official Counts Understate the U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll
50 Why the New York Times wants to see your patients' coronavirus bills
51 Obamacare Turns 10. Here’s a Look at What Works and Doesn’t.
52 What Role Should Employers Play in Testing Workers?
53 The 3 most important things I’ve learned as a health care reporter
54 Medicare For All, Explained : Fresh Air
55 Waive Fees for Coronavirus Tests and Treatment, Health Experts Urge
56 Emergency room bills: what I learned from reading 1,182 ER bills
57 Strikes and Attack Ads: The Hard Roads to Universal Health Care
58 Trump does have a health care plan. It would cause millions to lose coverage.
59 Health care prices are the problem
60 What if the Road to Single-Payer Led Through the States?
61 KHN's 'What The Health?': Still Seeking A Federal Coronavirus Strategy
62 How to Test More People for Coronavirus Without Actually Needing More Tests
63 CBO: over 1 million Americans have become uninsured since 2016
64 Surprise medical bills: 7 tips for journalists covering stories about them
65 Sarah Kliff ­­­­­­­­­on the Big Questions
66 University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out
67 Sick Workers and Spooked Customers: Coronavirus Threatens Small Businesses
68 Zuckerberg San Francisco General’s aggressive tactics leave patients with big bills
69 The $2,315 Coronavirus Test
70 Elizabeth Warren’s ‘Medicare for All’ Math
71 How letters from the IRS saved lives
72 $10 After 2020 NFL Week 3
73 Why Obamacare enrollees voted for Trump
74 In California, a ‘Surprise’ Billing Law Is Protecting Patients and Angering Doctors
75 Under Trump, the number of uninsured Americans has gone up by 7 million
76 Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes
77 With Test Kits in Short Supply, Health Officials Sound Alarms
78 Hospital ER fees: They’ve been secret. We’re uncovering them.
79 America’s health care costs are scaring patients away from the ER
80 White House anti-socialism report inadvertently makes a case for single-payer
81 How Elizabeth Warren Got to ‘Yes’ on Medicare for All
82 Examining Biden's Health Care Pitch
83 'Shall I compare thee to a surprise ER bill?': The 10 best #HealthPolicyValentines of 2020
84 Emergency room fees: How to fight an outrageous medical bill, explained
85 Have You Taken an Ambulance in the Last 5 Years? Share Your Experience
86 Biggest Week 3 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams
87 House plans first-ever hearing on surprise medical bills
88 The Health 202: The Trump administration is pulling Medicare and Medicaid levers to combat coronavirus
89 The Health 202: Democratic primary voters want health care fixed. But Congress is tangled up in political fights.
90 Republicans exempt their own insurance from their latest health care proposal
91 You can now look up charges at your local hospital. Good luck understanding them.
92 Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-all plan, explained
93 The Lessons of Washington State’s Watered Down ‘Public Option’
94 Michael Bloomberg’s Health Care Plan: A ‘Public Option’ and Caps on Patient Fees
95 University Reverses Its Decision to Stop Accepting Medicaid
96 Debate over eliminating private health insurance offers a false choice
97 The Lessons of Obamacare
98 Medicare X: the Democrats’ supercharged public option plan, explained
99 Unpaid, stressed, and confused: patients are the health care system's free labor
100 Baby bonds can help close the wealth gap for Black Americans