Jamie Dupree and Harry J. Heiman, MD
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The Affordable Care Act laws will go into effect Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Special guests, WSB Washington Correspondent, Jamie Dupree and Robert Wood Johnson Fellow Dr. Harry Heiman will join Dr. Feinberg this Sunday for a discussion on the latest headlines regarding the reform, how the healthcare system is expected to change, and what the new laws will mean for you.
Jamie Dupree, WSB Washington Correspondent
Jamie Dupree is a COX Radio news correspondent based in his native city, Washington, D.C. He specializes in coverage of the United States Congress and politics. After graduating from the University of Florida, Jamie began his professional career as a reporter during the Reagan Administration.
Along with WSB, Jamie is a correspondent for WDBO, WOKV, WHIO, KRMG, and Twitter.
To learn more from Jamie Dupree, visit WSBRadio.com.
Harry J. Heiman, MD of Satcher Health Leadership Institute
Dr. Harry J. Heiman is Director of Health Policy at the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine. He is an assistant professor in the department of family medicine, in which he teaches medical students, residents, and public health students. Prior to joining the Satcher Health Leadership Institute in 2009, Dr. Heiman practiced clinical family medicine for more than 20 years. He has served on the public health and legislative committees of the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians and is the board chair of Georgians for a Healthy Future, a consumer health advocacy organization.
In September 2012, Dr. Heiman joined seven other exceptional health leaders to begin a Robert Wood Johnson Fellowship in Washington, D.C. “The RWJF Health Policy Fellowship provides firsthand training on how to use health policy to improve public health and health care,” says Dr. Marie Michnich, director and alumna of the RWJF Health Policy Fellows program. “For 37 years, this program has attracted some of the most talented professionals in health and health care. Our 2012-2013 fellows continue to raise the bar.”