Dan Gorenstein is the senior reporter for Marketplace’s Health Desk, covering the business of healthcare.

Prior to Marketplace, Dan spent more than 11 years at New Hampshire Public Radio. He got his start in journalism at the Chicago Reporter; an investigative journal that examines race and class disparities in the Chicago area. He’s won numerous national and local awards, including the Society of Professional Journalist Sigma Delta Chi investigative reporting award.

You can follow him on Twitter at @dmgorenstein.


Features by Dan Gorenstein

Dressage is not your average horse play

Mitt and Ann Romney are bringing new attention to the elite sport and sport of the elite -- by co-owning an Olympic horse.
Posted In: horses, dressage, Olympics 2012, London Olympics

The long and short of maternity leave

Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Meyer plans to return to work within weeks of having a baby. Her decision has other women talking.
Posted In: maternity leave

Who gets Medicaid and who doesn't?

It's supposed to be a health care program for the poor. But over the years, the definition of poor has changed.
Posted In: medicaid, health care

Outside of drought areas, farmers predict strong year

Farmers who've escaped the drought are pulling in high prices for their crops.
Posted In: farming, Agriculture, drought

WellPoint gears up for Medicaid bonanza

The giant health insurer will acquire competitor Amerigroup Corp. for nearly $5 billion in a bid for more Medicaid business.
Posted In: health insurance, health care, WellPoint, medicaid

Hospital lobbyists gear up after health care ruling

They stand to gain big if states expand Medicaid. But it's going to be a battle, and states like Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina have already said they don't want to expand the program.
Posted In: health care reform law, medicaid

States await health care decision

As the Supreme Court prepares to decide the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, states are waiting to see if their gambles about whether the law would be overturned will pay off.
Posted In: Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court, health care reform law

High court rules, but states' questions remain

The Supreme Court had the final say on upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, but conservative states aren't clamoring for newly available Medicaid money.
Posted In: Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court

The health care law's legacy

Even if the Affordable Care Act is thrown out by the Supreme Court, some changes spurred by the law are here to stay.
Posted In: health care, health care reform law

It’s not just your income, it’s your assets

More than 40 percent of Americans are too "asset poor" to weather a job loss for three months.
Posted In: liquidity, assets, poverty


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