Andy Miller has been a health care journalist for the past 18 years.
From 1992 to mid-2009, he covered health care for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He won numerous awards for his newspaper reporting on hospitals, health insurers, state government, and Georgia’s mental hospitals. He is an expert on health care financing and policy, health reform, mental health, public health, Medicare and Medicaid, consumer health, and indoor air quality.
Miller has been an Association of Health Care Journalists member for 10 years and serves as the Atlanta chapter’s president.
He was a Kaiser Family Foundation health journalism fellow in 2001-2002.
For the past year, he has freelanced health care stories for several organizations, including WebMD, AOL’s WalletPop, Kaiser Health News, msnbc.com and AARP Bulletin.
He graduated from Duke University in 1973 and received a master’s in education from Duke in 1979. He was a social studies teacher and basketball coach in a school system in North Carolina before switching careers to journalism.
Miller is married and lives in Atlanta with his wife and children.