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

Biometric underwear helps monitor the sick

Briefs that keep tabs on heart rate, breathing and activity levels.
Posted In: wearable tech

One piece of healthcare jargon worth knowing

There are more than 600 ACOs up and running across the country.
Posted In: ACOs, ACA

Medicaid's new patients: healthier, and maybe cheaper

It may be less expensive for states to expand Medicaid than previously estimated.
Posted In: medicaid, Obamacare, ACA

Size does matter for FedEx

FedEx is changing its large item shipping rates. Will that change your orders?
Posted In: fedex, Amazon, shipping

What would you ask about Obamacare?

What would people in the health care business want to ask Sylvia Burwell?
Posted In: Obamacare, ACA

Time to mourn the minibar

Today's hotel room is tomorrow's museum exhibit.
Posted In: hotel minibars
LinkedIn logo

How LinkedIn is trying to stay afloat

Some of LinkedIn's money comes from corporate recruiters and member fees.
Posted In: social media, linkedin
Oregon's healthcare website

State exchanges going into year two, but slowly

Oregon waves the white flag and turns its exchange over to the feds, because fixing it would be just too expensive.
Dental hygienist cleans patient's teeth

Doctors can learn a lot from dentists

A report says dentists see more Medicaid patients without increasing wait times for existing patients.
Posted In: ACA, Obamacare
Patient Hector Riviera in Camden, New Jersey.

Using data to treat the sickest and most expensive patients

"Super-utilizers" are one of the most pressing healthcare policy questions. And there is a striking lack of research.
Posted In: health care, data, research


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