Noam Levy

Noam Levy

Noam N. Levey, senior correspondent, joined KHN in January 2021 after 17 years at the Los Angeles Times, the last 12 as the paper’s national health care reporter based in Washington, D.C. Noam has reported on health care issues from more than three dozen states and four continents and won numerous honors, including the prestigious NIHCM award for his 2019 series “Inside America’s High-Deductible Revolution.” He has also been published in Health Affairs, JAMA, and The Milbank Quarterly. Noam started his career at newspapers in Duluth, Minnesota; Montgomery, Alabama; and the United Arab Emirates. Before his stint at the L.A. Times, he was an investigative reporter for the San Jose Mercury News. Noam has a degree in history and Near Eastern studies from Princeton University.

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100 million Americans are saddled with health care debt

By: - June 16, 2022

A Kaiser Health News and NPR investigation investigation reveals health care debt among Americans, despite new attention from the White House and Congress, is far more pervasive than previously reported.