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.
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Barry Scholl

The Commonwealth Fund
Senior Vice President for Communications and Publishing
Barry Scholl, senior vice president for communications and publishing, joined The Commonwealth Fund in 2006. Reporting to the president and working closely with other members of the Fund’s executive management team and program officers, Mr. Scholl is responsible for developing the strategy to successfully promote the Fund’s programs, products, and policy ideas to a broad range of audiences. He oversees the foundation’s publications, online communications, and media units, and manages grants related to these areas.

Before joining the Fund, Mr. Scholl spent 11 years at the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), one of the nation's leading health care quality improvement organizations. At NCQA he served as vice president for communications and marketing, with responsibility for all aspects of communications, marketing, publications, and customer support. Earlier in his career he worked as a journalist for several newspapers and health care publications. Mr. Scholl holds a B.A. in English from SUNY Binghamton and an M.S.J. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.