Andy Miller has been a health care journalist for more than 20 years and is the CEO and editor of Georgia Health News.
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.
Miller has been a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists for 16 years and has served as the Atlanta chapter’s president. He is a past board member.
He was a Kaiser Family Foundation health journalism fellow in 2001-2002.
As a freelancer, he has covered health care for several organizations, including WebMD, AOL, Kaiser Health News, and AARP Bulletin.
In November 2010, he launched Georgia Health News, a nonprofit health news organization.
Miller 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.