Noam N. Levey
Former staff writer Noam N. Levey covered national healthcare policy out of Washington, D.C., for the Los Angeles Times. A former investigative and political reporter, he is a Boston native and a graduate of Princeton University. He joined the newspaper in 2003 and reported from Washington from 2006 to 2021.
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President-elect Joe Biden on Friday outlined a more centralized federal push for vaccines against COVID-19, including a call to allow people over 65 to be inoculated now.
Led by California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra, tapped to lead the Health and Human Services Department, Biden’s healthcare team is aiming for an ambitious agenda to reshape a healthcare system that still leaves millions of Black and Latino Americans with weaker insurance protections, less access to care and poorer outcomes.
President Trump takes credit for COVID-19 vaccines, yet they’ll do little good if many people remain opposed to vaccinations.
As California attorney general, Becerra battled the Trump administration over Obamacare and confronted rising healthcare costs.
La campaña de vacunación de COVID-19 para llegar a los más vulnerables no dependerá de los departamentos de salud pública sino de los gigantes de la farmacia.
The COVID-19 vaccine campaign to reach the most vulnerable will depend not on public health departments but on pharmacy giants.
California and other states are racing to finalize plans for who will get the first doses of COVID-19 vaccines and how they will be delivered.
La rápida presentación de la junta asesora sobre el coronavirus señala la urgencia del tema y su importancia para impulsar a Biden a la Casa Blanca.
The Supreme Court, with President Trump’s three appointees, hears arguments over whether to void the 2010 Affordable Care Act.