Scott Hensley on Muck Rack

Scott Hensley Verified

Washington, D.C.
Health Blogger and Editor — NPR

Writer and editor for Shots, NPR's health blog. Ex-WSJ. My fixations manifested here. And, yes, there will be typos. (PR people, don't pitch me on Twitter.)

Rise In Measles Cases Marks A 'Wake-Up Call' For U.S.

kuow.org — After a few cases here and there, measles is making a big push back into the national consciousness. An outbreak linked to visitors to the Disneyland Resort Theme Parks in Orange County, Calif., has sickened 67 people in California and six other states according to the latest count from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Rise in measles cases marks a 'wake-up call' for U.S.

mprnews.org — So far this year there have been 84 measles cases in 14 states. That's already more cases than the U.S. typically sees in a year, the CDC's Dr. Anne Schuchat said.

Rise In Measles Cases Marks A 'Wake-Up Call' For U.S.

wnyc.org — After a few cases here and there, measles is making a big push back into the national consciousness. An outbreak linked to visitors to the Disneyland Resort Theme Parks in Orange County, Calif., has sickened 67 people in California and six other states according to the latest count from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Rise In Measles Cases Marks A 'Wake-Up Call' For U.S.

npr.org — After a few cases here and there, measles is making a big push back into the national consciousness. An outbreak linked to visitors to the Disneyland Resort Theme Parks in Orange County, Calif., has sickened 67 people in California and six other states according to the latest count from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Poll: Most Americans would share health data for research

mprnews.org — The topics for study didn't matter much to people. Every category -- ranging from safety issues to health costs -- scored at least 90 percent in the NPR poll.

Most Americans would share health data for research, poll finds

scpr.org — Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. An NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern.

Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research

wlrn.org — Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. A NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern.

Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research

wabe.org — Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. A NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern.

Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research

wvpublic.org — Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. A NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern.

Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research

wnyc.org — Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. A NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern.
More Articles →
Jan 28, 2015

@jacobgoldstein It's close. I think a dollop of paisley on @business would make it perfect. http://t.co/Rg1VAFMpSD

Jan 22, 2015

“At the current rate, one in three American women will have an abortion by age 45.” Some of their stories: bit.ly/1Jdi0wq

Jan 20, 2015

RT @edyong209: "Right now a lot of microbiome research is about pattern discovery" - Rob Knight npr.org/blogs/health/2… HT @KHCourage

Jan 20, 2015

.@amystanden asks, Can your doctor use the health data you collect? @paulabramsonmd & @UCSF's Michael Blum answer: n.pr/1Cwe6um

Jan 16, 2015

Procrastinators rejoice! @AHCJ awards deadline extended to 6 p.m. ET today. bit.ly/1AZ0OH6



Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.

Email

For instructions on how to pitch Scott Hensley, email scotthensley@muckrack.com.


Share This Profile