Sarah Kliff
Sarah Kliff
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Sarah Kliff covers health policy for the Washington Post. Sarah joined the Post in August 2011 from Politico, where she authored Politico Pulse, a daily health policy tipsheet. Prior to Politico, Sarah was a staff writer at Newsweek covering national politics. Her writing has appeared in National Geographic, the BBC, Humanities Magazine and St. Louis Magazine. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Kaiser Family Foundation and University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism.

Latest by Sarah Kliff

When squirrels attack! There’s a medical code for that.

When squirrels attack! There’s a medical code for that.

The United States is about to quadruple the number of medical codes. Whether that’s a good thing depends on who you ask.

Happy #healthpolicyvalentines day!

Happy #healthpolicyvalentines day!

“There’s so much volume to my love, you’d think I was paid fee-for-service.“

Obamacare sign-up period is ending. Here’s how Enroll America is getting ready.

Obamacare sign-up period is ending. Here’s how Enroll America is getting ready.

The pro-health law group has spent months now honing its outreach techniques and developing data-intensive maps that now come into play.

A guide to understanding Obamacare’s sign-up numbers

Each time the Obama administration publishes new health law enrollment numbers, they seem to create more questions than answers.