Eli Cahan is an investigative journalist whose written work has been featured in The Washington Post, LA Times, Rolling Stone, USA Today, The Guardian, VICE, STAT News, Kaiser Health News, and Science, among other publications. His multimedia work has appeared on TV via ABC News and radio via NPR. Eli’s reporting has won awards from the National Press Club, the News Leaders Association, the Association of Health Care Journalists, the Los Angeles Press Club, and elsewhere. His academic research has been featured in NEJM, JAMA, BMJ, Health Affairs, and elsewhere. Eli is a graduate of Stanford University, NYU School of Medicine, and the University of Michigan. He is also a pediatrician at UCSF.
How misadventures and the laughs than ensued helped one journalist build rapport and deepen his reporting on Navajo lands.
People whose maternal care depends on federal dollars can’t get abortions under the Hyde Amendment. What will the end of Roe hold for them?
The health care system in Navajo territory received less attention during COVID than other factors. A new investigation will take a fresh look at the breakdowns.
How one reporter perservered to find the right people for bringing an overlooked story of the pandemic era to life.
The pandemic has disproportionately deferred care for chronic conditions among communities of color. How severe will the domino effects be?