Drew Altman is President and CEO of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (known as KFF).  He is an innovator in the world of foundations and non-profits and a leading expert on national health policy who publishes and speaks widely on health issues. He founded the current-day KFF in the early 1990’s.  He is alsoFull Bio

Meghana Ammula is a Research Assistant with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured. In this role, she conducts research and policy analysis related to health insurance coverage and access to care for underserved populations, including work related to Medicaid expansion activity and Medicaid postpartum coverage extensions. Meghana holds a B.S. in Public Health andFull Bio

Jennie Anderson is a Director with the Social Impact Media Program at KFF. She has nearly two decades of experience in health communications, heath education, health literacy, social marketing, and use of digital media for social good. Ms. Anderson directs digital strategy for the Social Impact Media’s public information initiatives including Greater Than AIDS, thatFull Bio

Emma Anderson was a communication associate, working closely with the Global Health & HIV Policy team and Women’s Health Policy team. Prior to joining KFF, Emma worked at the United Nations Foundation for the Family Planning 2020 Secretariat, holding various positions with the Global Initiatives team, Data & Performance Management team, and Communications team. EmmaFull Bio

Samantha Artiga serves as Vice President and Director of the Racial Equity and Health Policy Program at KFF. In this role, Ms. Artiga leads KFF’s work to provide timely and reliable data, information, and policy analysis on health and health care disparities affecting people of color and underserved groups and efforts to advance racial equityFull Bio

Mollyann Brodie is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at KFF and Executive Director of KFF’s Public Opinion and Survey Research Program. As COO, Dr. Brodie oversees KFF’s budgeting, human resources, facilities management, and the executive operations of the President’s Office and Board of Trustees. As ED of Public Opinion and Survey Research, sheFull Bio

Alice Burns is an Associate Director with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured where she focuses on overseeing the team’s quantitative research. Prior to joining KFF in 2022, Dr. Burns served as a Principal Analyst at the Congressional Budget Office, where she led the agency’s research with the Medicaid claims data and worked onFull Bio

Elizabeth “Suzy” Cain is the Chief Financial Officer at KFF. Suzy serves as the primary business officer for KFF, overseeing accounting, financial and tax reporting, financial analysis and forecasting. Prior to joining the KFF, she served as Chief Financial Officer for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund, as Financial AdvisorFull Bio

Priya Chidambaram is a Policy Analyst with the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured.

Gary Claxton is a Senior Vice President, the Director of the Program on the Health Care Marketplace at KFF.  The Health Care Marketplace Project provides information, research, and analysis about trends in the health care market and about policy proposals that relate to health insurance reform and our changing health care system.  The Program forFull Bio

Bradley Corallo is a Senior Policy Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured (KPMU). In this role, he conducts quantitative analyses of Medicaid administrative data, as well as a number of other data sources, and assists on projects related to community health centers. Prior to joining KPMU, he worked as a Policy ResearchFull Bio

Cynthia Cox is Vice President at KFF and Director for the Program on the ACA, where she conducts economic and policy research on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its effects on private insurers and enrollees. Her work focuses on enrollment, pricing, and competition in the ACA’s exchange markets. Cynthia also directs the Peterson-Kaiser HealthFull Bio

Juliette Cubanski is Deputy Director of the Program on Medicare Policy at KFF, where she has been conducting research and analysis on Medicare policy issues since 2004. At KFF, Dr. Cubanski leads analysis on Medicare prescription drug coverage and related policy issues, including analysis of trends in the Medicare Part D drug benefit program. InFull Bio

Damon Darlin, Executive Editor, has worked as a reporter and editor for a number of newspaper and magazines. He cut his teeth as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, which included stints as a foreign correspondent in Japan and Korea. He was an editor of the News You Can Use section of U.S. NewsFull Bio

Lindsey Dawson is Associate Director of HIV Policy and Director of LGBTQ Health Policy at KFF. Ms. Dawson conducts research and analysis on domestic HIV policy. Her work focuses on how health systems, insurance coverage, and federal funding impact access to care for people with HIV and the programs that serve them. Ms. Dawson alsoFull Bio

Esther Dicks is Senior Vice President for Human Resources at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.  She is responsible for all aspects of Human Resources at KFF, overseeing recruitment, compensation, labor relations, workforce diversity, office administration, payroll and benefits.   Ms. Dicks is based in the San Francisco headquarters, but is also responsible for managing humanFull Bio

Karen Diep is a Policy Analyst for the Women’s Health Policy team at KFF. Her work focuses on the coverage, access, and financial challenges facing women. In particular, she conducts data analyses using large datasets to better understand how policy developments affect women’s health at the local, state, and federal level. Prior to joining KFF,Full Bio

Patrick Drake is a Senior Data Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured (KPMU). Patrick works to promote data accessibility and use to inform health policy on KFF’s State Health Facts Website. Prior to joining KPMU, Patrick studied maternal and infant health as a Statistician at the United States National Center for HealthFull Bio

Dean Duchak is Co-Chief Investment Officer at KFF.  Dean co-leads, with Eleanor Hsu, the investment activities made on behalf of the Foundation.  Prior to joining the Foundation’s investment team in 2011, he worked for JPMorgan. Dean began his career in Commodities within the Investment Bank later moving to Risk within JPMorgan’s Asset Management division. Additionally,Full Bio

Penny Duckham has directed the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation’s media fellowships program since its launch in 1993.  The program now provides in-depth site visits and briefings for invited groups of journalists, typically focused on State health policy and public health issues, to help broaden the American public’s understanding of these issues. Over the years,Full Bio

John Fairhall helped to launch Kaiser Health News in 2009, co-authoring the first story and beginning a partnership with The Washington Post. Today, KHN’s bicoastal staff provides content to NPR, USA Today, the Post, The New York Times, Tribune Content Services and dozens of regional news organizations. Before joining the foundation, Fairhall was an assistantFull Bio

Brittni Frederiksen is an Associate Director for Women’s Health Policy at KFF. She is a reproductive epidemiologist who most recently worked at the Office of Population Affairs in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in D.C.  Prior to joining the Office of Population Affairs, she was a Council for State and Territorial EpidemiologistsFull Bio

Meredith Freed is a Senior Policy Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicare Policy. She performs research and analysis on a broad range of issues related to Medicare and the population it serves, including oral health, Medicare Advantage, prescription drug costs, and Medicare spending and financing. Prior to joining the KFF, she was a Senior ResearchFull Bio

Jeannie Fuglesten Biniek is a Senior Policy Analyst for the Program on Medicare Policy at KFF. She focuses on providing timely, policy-relevant analyses, with the goal of developing data-driven approaches to pressing national health policy issues. Her work has been published in Health Affairs and JAMA and cited by the Washington Post, New York Times,Full Bio

Chaseedaw Giles, Digital Strategy & Audience Engagement Editor, joined KHN in October 2017 from the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). As ASM’s Social Media and Communications Specialist, she started the annual Agar Art contest where microbiologists draw on petri dishes with bacteria to create artwork. The international contest was featured in Huffington Post, Discover MagazineFull Bio

Ivette Gomez is a Policy Analyst for the Women’s Health Policy team at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, where she conducts research on the impact of major health policies on women and girls. In particular, the Program aims to understand how federal, state, and local policies, including national health care reform and reproductive health policies,Full Bio

Céline Gounder, Senior Fellow and Editor-at-Large for Public Health, is the creator and host of American Diagnosis, a podcast on health and social justice, and Epidemic, a podcast about infectious diseases, now produced by KHN. An internist, infectious disease specialist, epidemiologist, she volunteers on the wards at NYC Health + Hospitals’ Bellevue Hospital, which isFull Bio

Madeline Guth is a Policy Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured, where she conducts research and policy analysis related to health insurance coverage and access to care for underserved populations. Her work primarily focuses on Section 1115 Medicaid waivers, Medicaid expansion, telehealth, and behavioral health policy. She is also a member ofFull Bio

Sweta Haldar is a Policy Analyst with KFF’s Racial Equity and Health Policy Program and the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured. In this role, she conducts research and analysis on projects that focus on the intersections of racism, discrimination, social and economic inequities, as well as work related to Medicaid expansion and Section 1115Full Bio

Liz Hamel is Vice President and Director of Public Opinion and Survey Research at KFF, where she directs KFF’s polling work including the COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor, KFF Health Tracking Poll, and ongoing survey partnerships with news media organizations such as The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and CNN. In her more than 20 years ofFull Bio

Kathleen Hayden, Senior Digital Editor for Kaiser Health News, is a 20-year online news veteran with a specialty in government, elections and policy coverage. Before joining KHN, she managed Bloomberg Government’s online, information graphics and multimedia teams and edited news and analysis on industries including health care. Prior to BGOV, Kathleen worked at AOL, CNNFull Bio

Latoya Hill is a Senior Policy Analyst with KFF’s Racial Equity and Health Policy Program. In this role, she conducts research and analysis on projects related to the intersection of racism and discrimination, social and economic inequities, and health. Prior to joining KFF, she served as the Director of Quantitative Research at the Virginia Commonwealth UniversityFull Bio

John Hillkirk, Senior Enterprise Editor, was a reporter or editor at USA Today for 33 years before joining KHN in 2016. John’s reporting team at KHN has won multiple national honors including a Gerald Loeb Award, the Sigma Delta Chi award for public service journalism, the Batten Medal from the News Leaders Association, a MurrowFull Bio

Elizabeth (Libby) Hinton is an Associate Director with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured, where she focuses primarily on tracking Section 1115 Medicaid waiver activity and on Medicaid managed care. Ms. Hinton is also a key member of KFF’s annual 50-state Medicaid budget survey team. Prior to joining KFF, Ms. Hinton served as aFull Bio

Tina Hoff is a Senior Vice President for KFF and Executive Director of KFF’s Social Impact Media Program.  She has more than two decades experience in social marketing, health communications, campaign development, media relations and public affairs. In this capacity, she develops and leads large-scale health and social issues campaigns. She created Greater Than AIDS,Full Bio

Eleanor Hsu is Co-Chief Investment Officer at KFF.  Eleanor co-leads, with Dean Duchak, the investment activities made on behalf of the Foundation.  Prior to joining the Foundation, she was an Associate Director focused on Real Estate and Natural Resources Investments for the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation.  Previously, Eleanor worked as an Associate for TishmanFull Bio

Dr. Jen Kates is Senior Vice President and Director of Global Health & HIV Policy at KFF, where she oversees policy analysis and research focused on the U.S. government’s role in global health and on the global and domestic HIV epidemics. She has also helped to lead KFF’s work on the COVID-19 pandemic. Widely regardedFull Bio

Audrey Kearney is a Survey Analyst for the Public Opinion and Survey Research Program at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. The Program undertakes original research on the public’s attitudes towards health and social policy issues. She holds a BA and an MA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Ashley Kirzinger is Director of Survey Methodology and Associate Director for the Public Opinion and Survey Research team of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Prior to joining KFF, she served as Director of the University of Illinois Springfield’s Survey Research Office. She earned a Ph.D. in Media & Public Affairs at Louisiana State University’sFull Bio

Wyatt Koma is a Policy Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicare Policy, where he supports research and policy analysis pertaining to Medicare and health coverage, access to care, and affordability for aging Americans and people with disabilities. Before joining KFF, he was a Research Assistant in the Department of Healthcare Evaluation with NORC at theFull Bio

Chris Lee is a senior communications officer at KFF, where he has worked since 2008. He previously was a staff writer at The Washington Post and The Dallas Morning News. Chris earned a Master in Public Policy (MPP) degree from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from HaverfordFull Bio

Larry Levitt is Executive Vice President for Health Policy, overseeing KFF’s policy work on Medicare, Medicaid, the health care marketplace, the Affordable Care Act, women’s health, racial equity and global health. He previously was Editor-in-Chief of kaisernetwork.org, KFF’s online health policy news and information service, and directed KFF’s communications and online activities and its ChangingFull Bio

Michelle Long is a Senior Policy Analyst for the Women’s Health Policy program at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Her work focuses on coverage, access, and financial challenges facing women. In particular, her work aims to understand the intersection of women’s health policy and private insurance coverage, with a focus on sexual and reproductiveFull Bio

Lunna is a senior survey analyst for the Public Opinion and Survey Research team of KFF. Before joining KFF, Lunna was a research associate at the Public Policy Institute of California working on the PPIC Statewide Survey series. She previously worked as senior research analyst at ComRes in London, where she managed their parliamentary panelsFull Bio

Benjamin “BJ” McBride is Associate Director of Creative & Content with the Social Impact Media Program at KFF. He brings seven years of deep cross-functional experience at the intersection of Social Impact, Communications, and Creative Storytelling primarily through film production. His most notable work was with KQED where he produced films that were focused onFull Bio

Matt McGough is a Research Associate at KFF for the Program on the ACA and the Peterson-KFF Health System Tracker, where he conducts policy research on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its effects on private insurers and enrollees, as well as analyses on health spending, quality of care, access, and affordability in the UnitedFull Bio

Josh Michaud is an Associate Director for Global Health Policy at KFF, where he helps guide and oversee KFF’s research and analysis in the area of global health. Dr. Michaud is an authority on a range of global health policy issues including financing, the roles and activities of U.S. agencies and multilateral organizations, health diplomacy,Full Bio

Alex Montero is a Research Assistant for the Public Opinion and Survey Research Program at KFF. Before joining KFF, Alex was a researcher and writer at EdSource. Alex holds a MA in Politics from New York University.

Sophia Moreno is a Research Assistant with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured as well as KFF’s State Health Facts team. In this role, she works on research projects related to health insurance coverage and access to care for underserved populations. She also manages the updates and development of the State Health Facts databaseFull Bio

Kellie Moss is an Associate Director of Global Health & HIV Policy at KFF, where her work focuses on the U.S. government’s role in global health. Her recent research and policy analyses have focused on non-governmental organizations’ engagement in U.S. global health efforts; the Department of Defense’s role in global health and, more specifically, itsFull Bio

Nambi Ndugga is a Policy Analyst with KFF’s Racial Equity and Health Policy Program. In this role, she conducts research and analysis on projects that focus on the intersections of racism, discrimination, social and economic inequities, and health. Prior to joining KFF, she worked with the Partnered Evidence-based Policy Resource Center for the Department ofFull Bio

As senior vice president of KFF and Executive Director of KFF’s Program on Medicare Policy, Tricia Neuman oversees KFF’s policy analysis and research pertaining to Medicare, and health coverage and care for aging Americans and people with disabilities. A widely cited Medicare policy expert, Dr. Neuman focuses on topics such as the health and economicFull Bio

Nancy Ochieng is a Policy Analyst with the KFF’s Program on Medicare Policy. She performs research and policy analysis on issues related to Medicare rate setting, health care costs, and affordability. Prior to joining the KFF, she worked at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services where she focused on hospice and home health paymentFull Bio

Jared Ortaliza is a research assistant for the Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker. In this role, he helps in analyses related to health spending, affordability, and quality of healthcare in the United States and other countries. Prior to joining KFF, he was an outbreak investigator for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Jared graduatedFull Bio

Stephanie Oum is a Senior Policy Analyst with the Global Health and HIV Policy team at KFF, where she supports a wide range of projects, focusing on the U.S. global health budget and international donor assistance for health, as well as the Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science degreeFull Bio

Craig Palosky joined KFF in 2004 following six years as a public affairs officer with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Health Care Financing Administration.  Prior to that, he reported for the Tampa Tribune, covering health care, politics and government.  He is a graduate of Princeton University.

Nirmita Panchal is a Senior Policy Analyst for KFF’s Program on the ACA and the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Her work focuses on research and data analysis for mental health and substance use. Previously, she worked for the Program on the Health Care Marketplace, where she assisted with the annual Employer Health BenefitsFull Bio

Kaye is a Vice President at KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) where she co-directs its new Program on Patient and Consumer Protections. Kaye has more than 25 years of experience in health law and policy as well as employee benefits law. Prior to joining KFF, she was a Principal in Mercer’s Government and Human Services ConsultingFull Bio

Drishti Pillai serves as the Director of Immigrant Health Policy at KFF. In her role, Drishti will lead work on data and policy analysis on health care access and disparities for immigrant communities with an eye towards advancing health equity. Prior to joining KFF, she was the Research Director at the National Asian Pacific AmericanFull Bio

Karen Pollitz is a Senior Fellow at KFF.  She co-directs the Program on Patient and Consumer Protections, examining what consumers and patients face as they navigate the health care system, including financial barriers, administrative complexity, lack of transparency, and problems accessing providers. She also works with the Program on the ACA, tracking implementation of private marketFull Bio

Mayesha is a survey analyst for the Public Opinion and Survey Research team at KFF. Before joining KFF, Mayesha wrote about the views of the American electorate for Democracy Fund’s Voter Study Group. In previous roles, she supported community-based advocacy efforts for marginalized communities in South and Southeast Asia. Mayesha holds an MPhil in PoliticsFull Bio

Matthew Rae is the Associate Director for the Program on the Health Care Marketplace at KFF. The program researches and analyzes the private insurance market and policy proposals to reform it. In this capacity, Matthew has managed the Employer Health Benefit Survey since 2011. He has a special interest in analytic methods, data analysis, includingFull Bio

Usha Ranji is Associate Director for Women’s Health Policy at KFF.   Her work addresses the impact of major health policy issues on women and girls, with an emphasis on insurance coverage, access to care, and low-income populations.  In particular, her work aims to understand how federal, state, and local policies, including national health care reformFull Bio

Sabriya Rice, Southern Bureau Chief, focuses on bolstering health coverage about equity, race, and poverty in the South and Texas. Previously, she wrote about the business of health care for The Dallas Morning News, covered quality and safety issues in U.S. hospitals and health systems for Modern Healthcare, and produced television and digital medical newsFull Bio

Mikhaila Richards joined KFF in 2022 as a communications officer. She has previously worked at the Association for American Medical Colleges, the National Association of County and City Health Officials, Blue State Digital, and the Advisory Board Company. Mikhaila earned a Master of Science degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health andFull Bio

Tatyana Roberts is a member of KFF’s Women’s Health Policy and Global Health Policy team. She is a medical student at the University of California, San Francisco, participating in the yearlong UCSF-KFF Health Policy Fellowship. Her interests include learning and studying how health policy impacts patient care and the intersection of women’s health, global health,Full Bio

Elisabeth Rosenthal, Editor-in-Chief, joined KHN in September 2016 after 22 years as a correspondent at the New York Times, where she covered a variety of beats from healthcare to environment to reporter in the Beijing bureau. While in China she covered SARs, bird flu and the emergence of HIV/AIDS in rural areas. Libby’s two-year-long NewFull Bio

David Rousseau is Vice President and Executive Director of Health Policy Media and Technology and Publisher of Kaiser Health News. He oversees KFF’s health policy media programs, including Kaiser Health News and all journalism programs, and directs the Foundation’s technology and online activities.  Previously, Mr. Rousseau was Director of KFF’s statehealthfacts.org project and was anFull Bio

Anna Rouw is a data analyst on the Global Health & HIV Policy team where she provides data analysis and policy research on a wide range of global health policy topics. Previously, Anna has held positions working for the Oklahoma House of Representatives as a non-partisan health policy analyst and the Oklahoma Policy Institute asFull Bio

Robin Rudowitz is Vice President at KFF and Director for the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured, where she focuses on state and federal Medicaid financing issues and Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act.  Prior to joining KFF in 2004, Rudowitz was a Senior Manager at The Lewin Group, a health policy and management consultingFull Bio

Alina Salganicoff is a senior vice president and the director of Women’s Health Policy at KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation). Her work at KFF focuses on health policies of importance to women throughout their lifespans, with an emphasis on coverage and access challenges facing underserved women. Dr. Salganicoff has written and lectured extensively on the financingFull Bio

Heather Saunders is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Her work focuses on behavioral health policy, workforce adequacy, and health care delivery for people with disabilities. Prior to joining KFF, she participated in evaluations for Virginia Medicaid programs using quantitative and qualitative research methods. Before getting her Ph.D., she receivedFull Bio

Shannon Schumacher, Ph.D. is a Senior Survey Analyst for the Public Opinion and Survey Research team at KFF. Before joining KFF, she was a Research Associate at Pew Research Center working on Global Attitudes and Trends and previously worked as a Survey Statistician at the U.S. Census Bureau. Shannon received a Ph.D. and M.A. inFull Bio

Robin Sidel joined KFF in 2001 to help launch kaisernetwork.org, KFF’s former webcasting and news summary service. Robin currently manages KFF’s marketing efforts and operations on its digital platforms and also overseas web development for kff.org.

Rakesh Singh is Vice President of Communications at KFF, which he joined in 2000.  He has previously worked at Alliance for Health Reform, on the health staff of U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, and on the staff of U.S. Representative Jim Cooper.  He is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis.

Laurie Sobel is an Associate Director for Women’s Health Policy at KFF.   Her work addresses the impact of major health policy issues on women and girls, with an emphasis on insurance coverage, access to care, and low-income populations.  In particular, her work aims to understand how federal, state, and local policies, including national health careFull Bio

Grace is a survey analyst for the Public Opinion and Survey Research team of KFF. Before joining KFF, Grace wrote about polling for CNN and was part of the team at HuffPost Pollster. Grace attended the College of Wooster in Ohio.

Nolan Sroczynski is a Data Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicare Policy, where he programs quantitative analysis on topics relevant to the Medicare and individuals it covers. He utilizes a wide range of data for these analyses, including national surveys and claims. Nolan holds a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) in Health ServicesFull Bio

Mellisha Stokes is a Research Assistant for the Public Opinion and Survey Research Program at KFF. Mellisha holds a BA in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Jennifer Tolbert is Director of State Health Reform at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and an Associate Director for the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured.  Ms. Tolbert leads an initiative to monitor state implementation of the Affordable Care Act with a particular focus on state efforts to establish health insurance marketplaces. She alsoFull Bio

Michelle Tong is a member of KFF’s Racial Equity and Health Policy team. She is a medical student at the University of California, San Francisco, participating in the UCSF-KFF Health Policy Fellowship. Her interests include health systems reform for the urban underserved, primary care access, equity in medical education, and effects of social policy onFull Bio

Emma Wager is a Policy Analyst for the Program on the ACA and the Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker. Her work examines access and affordability of healthcare in the United States, primarily in the individual market, as well as general trends in health spending and outcomes in the U.S. and international comparisons. Prior to joining KFF,Full Bio

Adam Wexler is an Associate Director of Global Health & HIV Policy with the Global Health team at KFF, where he focuses on analyzing the U.S. global health budget, international donor assistance for health, U.S. bilateral health agreements, and implications of foreign aid reform on U.S. global health efforts.  Prior to joining KFF, Adam workedFull Bio

Elizabeth (Liz) Williams is a Policy Analyst with KFF’s Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured, where she focuses on analysis of state fiscal conditions, analysis of Medicaid prescription drug spending, and children’s health coverage and access. Prior to joining KFF, Liz worked in program evaluation and monitoring at DC’s Children’s Law Center and conducted dataFull Bio

Greg Young is a Policy Analyst on the Health Care Marketplace Program at KFF.  His work focuses on statistical analysis of different aspects of health insurance exchanges, group markets and other policy issues.  He is also involved in conducting the Employer Health Benefits Survey.  Prior to joining KFF Greg worked as a research assistant conductingFull Bio

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