SABEWHealthCare2023 has ended
The fellowship will give journalists a chance to take a deep dive with experts and veteran reporters into several hot-button issues, from the ongoing impact of Covid, to abortion, to changes in reimbursement for prescription drugs. The program kicks off on Thursday evening, March 23, with a welcome dinner and drinks at the National Press Club. On Friday, March 24, we will have a day of learning at Northwestern University’s Medill News Service, located in D.C. The sessions will conclude on Saturday, March 25, before noon.

This is a working agenda. Times and Topics are subject to change.
avatar for Sabrina Corlette, J.D.

Sabrina Corlette, J.D.

Center on Health Insurance Reforms (CHIR)
Research professor, founder, and co-director
avatar for Carol Eisenberg

Carol Eisenberg

The Washington Post
Deputy Health and Science Editor
avatar for Joshua M. Horwitz, J.D.

Joshua M. Horwitz, J.D.

John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Dana Feitler Professor in Gun Violence Prevention and Advocacy
avatar for Gretchen Jacobson

Gretchen Jacobson

The Commonwealth Fund
Vice President, Medicare
avatar for Dan Keating

Dan Keating

The Washington Post
Data analysis reporter
avatar for Fenit Nirappil

Fenit Nirappil

The Washington Post
Health Care Reporter
avatar for Leigh Purvis, MPA

Leigh Purvis, MPA

AARP Public Policy Institute
Director, Health Care Costs and Access
avatar for Rachel Roubein

Rachel Roubein

The Washington Post
Health Care Reporter
avatar for Sarah Varney

Sarah Varney

Kaiser Health News
Senior correspondent