Chris Rowland reports on the business of health care for The Washington Post, which he joined in November 2018. He began his career at the Brattleboro Reformer, a small newspaper in southern Vermont, and remained focused on New England in subsequent posts at the Providence Journal and the Boston Globe. He developed expertise in government accountability coverage, the intersection of business and politics, and health care. Rowland became an editor in 2007 and oversaw the Globe's coverage of the Massachusetts State House and Boston City Hall. In 2009, he moved to Washington to lead the Globe D.C. bureau, assigning and editing stories with a national and regional outlook.