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Kaiser Health News names new editor

 

New York Times health journalist Elisabeth "Libby" Rosenthal, a doctor of medicine, has been appointed editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, a nonprofit news service of the Menlo Park-based Kaiser Family Foundation.

She will be working at its news office in Washington, D.C., and is expected to start in early September.

A graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Medical School, Ms. Rosenthal has reported on healthcare policy and the healthcare system with stints in other areas of coverage, including the 2004 presidential campaign, according to the foundation.

She is finishing a book on the healthcare system slated to be released in April 2017 by Random House Books.

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