About Florida Health Watch

FLHealthwatch covers healthcare reform and health news in South Florida and the region, focusing on policy, providers, and consumer issues. In partnership with Kaiser Health News, we give you the healthcare news you need to know.

Amy Driscoll is an editor for healthcare, the environment and related topics at the Miami Herald. An award-winning reporter and narrative writer with experience covering politics, government and healthcare reform, she is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, a second-generation journalist, a book reviewer and a 2002-2003 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.

Daniel Chang covers healthcare for The Miami Herald. He joined the newspaper in 2000 and his previous beats include arts news, non-profits, Spanish-language TV and general assignment news. He previously worked for the Orange County Register in Santa Ana, California. He is a graduate of Florida International University, and he is fluent in Spanish. Follow him on Twitter: @dchangmiami.

Kathleen McGrory is a state government reporter based out of The Herald/Times bureau in Tallahassee. She has been at The Miami Herald since 2006. Her previous beats include the Miami-Dade County school district and Miami City Hall. Kathleen holds degrees from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. In 2007, she was named Florida's Young Journalist of the Year. Follow her on Twitter: @kmcgrory.

Patricia Borns was a high tech speechwriter and analyst before graduating from University of Miami's multimedia journalism MA program, where she documented the women of Haiti's informal economy. She brings a consumer focus to the Herald's healthcare beat, and looks forward to hearing from you on Twitter: @PatriciaBorns.