Dylan Scott, Vox

Dylan Scott

Vox

Washington, DC, United States

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Past:
  • Vox
  • CNBC
  • STAT
  • Business Insider
  • Scientific American
  • Fortune
  • PBS
  • The Boston Globe
  • National Journal
  • Talking Points Memo

Past articles by Dylan:

Vox

A new era for Alzheimer’s treatment begins

The new treatment approved by the FDA is a big deal. Can the US health system handle it? → Read More

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What’s in the debt ceiling deal, and why it matters, explained

How the legislation to avert an economic crisis would affect student loans, food aid, the IRS, and more. → Read More

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The next frontier for Ozempic: Health insurance

Most insurers don’t cover weight loss drugs. But can they afford not to? → Read More

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What happened to the GOP’s promises to support women and families after Roe?

North Carolina’s new abortion ban exposes the GOP’s failures to shore up government assistance for parents and children. → Read More

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The mysterious middlemen being blamed for America’s sky-high drug prices

How pharmacy benefit managers found themselves the targets of a bipartisan push on drug prices. → Read More

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The surgeon general says loneliness is as deadly as smoking

A new report finds a lack of connection is killing us — and suggests ways to fix it. → Read More

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How Ron DeSantis transformed into an anti-public health crusader

DeSantis’s surgeon general is accused of manipulating data to justify an anti-vaccine agenda. How did we get here? → Read More

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White House warns 21 million Americans at risk of losing Medicaid under GOP proposal

Democrats are preparing to fight House Republicans’ plan for Medicaid work requirements. → Read More

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Is Medicare actually going bankrupt?

Joe Biden says he wants to save Medicare. Why is it in trouble? → Read More

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The pay gap between hospital CEOs and nurses is expanding even faster than we thought

Some hospital CEOs quadrupled their salaries in a few years while nurses’ pay largely stayed stagnant. → Read More

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The radical proposal to let Medicare and Social Security lapse, explained

Sen. Rick Scott wants every government program — even entitlements — to expire after 5 years unless Congress approves them again. → Read More

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The fringe proposal on Medicare and Social Security that Joe Biden loves to hate

Sen. Rick Scott wants every government program — even entitlements — to expire after 5 years unless Congress approves them again. → Read More

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Millions of people are about to get kicked off Medicaid

The number of people without health insurance just hit a new low — but the expiration of a pandemic policy could erase those gains. → Read More

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Biden is ending the Covid public health emergency. Here’s what that means for you.

A hidden experiment in universal health care is about to end. → Read More

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Insulin is way too expensive. California has a solution: Make its own.

The drug’s cost crisis is spurring states to pursue a public version of an essential medication. → Read More

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Insulin is way too expensive. California has a solution: Make its own.

The drug’s cost crisis is spurring states to pursue a public version of an essential medication. → Read More

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3 takeaways from this year’s weird cold-and-flu-and-Covid season

Believe it or not, we are not going to be sick forever. → Read More

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When hospitals merge, patients suffer

Study: UK patients died more often and were readmitted more frequently after hospital mergers. → Read More

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America’s public hospitals are privatizing. That’s bad news for low-income patients.

A new study found dire consequences for Medicaid patients when a public hospital is taken over by a private company. → Read More

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The NYC nurses strike reveals a fundamental flaw in US health care

The best way to prevent future health care work stoppages is to fix how we pay for health care. → Read More