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Maya Miller
Engagement Reporter Local Reporting Network || (journalistically) raised in Wisconsin, Chicago and
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claudia irizarry aponte Jul 9
A friend described Sha-asia Washington as "a beautiful soul" who “wanted to be a mom and was going to be an amazing one.” Washington died delivering her daughter, Khloe, via emergency c-section at Woodhull Hospital last week. She was 26 years old.
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Maya Miller Jul 10
10/10 recommend any chance you can get to learn from :
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Beena Raghavendran Jul 8
It's one of the most ambitious engagement reporting events I've worked on. On a personal note, it melds my love for theater and storytelling with my passion for journalism. Proud to have worked on this with . Join us: 4pm PT/7 pm ET
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Maya Miller Jul 8
will be able to better answer this since they have their hands on the data. Thanks for reading, !
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Apoorva Mandavilli Jul 4
Is the coronavirus airborne? YES, according to 239 experts from 32 countries. But if so, why does still maintain that transmission by aerosols only happens after certain medical procedures? 1/x
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Maya Miller Jul 1
Replying to @Riogringa
💛 this happened thanks to you!
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David Hulen Jul 1
Today's front page of the Anchorage Daily News 🗞 (Thread)
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The Oklahoman Jun 30
NEW: Oklahoma voters approve Medicaid expansion at the ballot |
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Maya Miller Jul 1
Rural hospitals face dwindling patients, shortages of providers and low reimbursement rates from the federal government. In the vacuum of support & oversight, private management companies w/ little experience have entered—leading to situations like this:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Hi — would love to learn more from you about your experience. Here's a form you can fill out to get in touch:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @mayatmiller
12/ also to get ProPublica's biggest stories, sign up for our newsletter:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @mayatmiller
11/ If you’re a local journalist interested in getting these tips, let us know. And, no matter who you are, support your local paper so this kind of public accountability work can continue.
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @mayatmiller
10/ We want to keep doing this impactful work. Here’s how you can help If you have ever faced medical debt, or worked in an industry that helps claim and collect medical debt, get in touch with us:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @mayatmiller
9/ When reporters approached the group, it stopped filing bench warrants, which can lead to arrests. Read the full story here:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @mayatmiller
8/ Hospital officials and their attorneys defend the lawsuits as a last resort, and said they have been making changes to benefit patients struggling with unpaid bills. The hospital’s emergency room physicians were also using the court system to collect on unpaid bills.
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @TheKLC
7/ has the latest story on the topic, published today: They discovered that since 2014, Olathe Medical Center sued thousands of patients and garnished paychecks because of unpaid bills. Several dozen have even been put in jail after missing court.
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @besables
6/ Hospitals have continued suing their patients during the pandemic. In Wisconsin, learned two hospitals were suing patients over medical debt. (The hospitals dropped lawsuits after the story). In Baltimore, @AlecMacGills found the same:
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Maya Miller Jun 30
Replying to @flakebarmer
5/ followed tips from people in Cookeville, Tennessee to find that the area's only hospital — which is owned by the city government — had sued more than 11,000 patients for unpaid bills over the past two decades.
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Maya Miller Jun 30
4/ People wrote into us about prohibitive medical costs in Springfield, Ohio, where followed up and found that was charging much higher prices than area hospitals for similar procedures — then taking patients to collections.
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