General Circulation Journalism Award
The NIHCM Foundation Health Care General Circulation Journalism Awards recognize excellence in health care reporting and writing on the financing and delivery of health care and the impact of health care policy.
The application window for the 29th Annual General Circulation Award has now closed! Finalist will be announced and notified this spring!
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29th Annual General Circulation Journalism Award Process
A $20,000 prize will be presented to the General Circulation Award winner.
Have questions about our General Circulation Journalism Award?Award FAQ
- Articles must originally have been published during the calendar year 2022.
- Entries will be accepted from newspapers and magazines and their websites. Entries will also be accepted from independent news sites. If digital content is central to your story, please view the eligibility criteria for our Digital Media Award.
- Articles should be timely and produce new insights into health care financing and delivery or health care policy.
- Deadline: January 31, 2023.
- Entry is free
- An individual may be listed as the primary contributor on no more than three (3) entries but may be listed as a co-contributor on additional entries
- An entry can be either a series or an individual piece of work
- New insights generated by the reporting
- Impact on health care policy
- Quality of reporting
- Relevance to one or both of the subject areas (financing and delivery of health care and/or the impact of health care policy)
Climate Editor, Opinion, The New York Times, formerly Vox
Investigative Reporter, The New York Times, formerly Wall Street Journal
President and CEO, Alliance of Community Health Plans, formerly The Washington Post
Former, Medical Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA Today Network
Adjunct Professor of Journalism, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, former Editor in Chief, Fortune
Fred Schulte (recused)
Senior Correspondent, KFF Health News
Enterprise Reporter, The Washington Post