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Dylan Scott covers health care for Vox. Since joining the newsroom in 2017, he has reported on the debate over repealing the Affordable Care Act from Capitol Hill, documented the emerging Medicare-for-all movement, and helped lead coverage on the Covid-19 pandemic. He was the primary reporter on two series on international health care, exploring how other nations achieve universal health care and their response to the novel coronavirus. Dylan is also the author of the weekly VoxCare newsletter, where he guides readers through the weeds of the American health system. You can subscribe here.

Dylan has covered health care policy since 2011, when he was a staff writer at Governing magazine. He wrote for Talking Points Memo, National Journal, and STAT before coming to Vox. He is a native Ohioan, a proud graduate of Ohio University, and a diehard fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.