Lee-Lee Prina is a senior editor at Health Affairs and has managed the GrantWatch section of the journal since 1991. Prior to joining Health Affairs, she held editorial positions at Business & Health magazine, the Food and Drug Law Institute, The State newspaper (Columbia, S.C.), and the Chicago Sun-Times. She received a Publication Specialist (graduate-level) certificate from The George Washington University and holds a B.A. in French from Tulane University.
Recent Posts by Lee-Lee Prina
In this post, read recent "people news" from foundations that fund in health and are located from California to North Carolina.
HIV remains "a serious health problem" in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. GrantWatch mentions examples of funders supporting HIV/AIDS initiatives in the United States and abroad, as well as some key personnel changes at foundations.
Health Philanthropy’s Role In Uncertain Times, NIH Funding, Oral Health: A Round-Up Of Foundation Blogs
These thoughtful pieces on some daunting challenges were published by foundations and a foundation grantee.
April 27, 2017 | GrantWatch
Read news about comings and goings at foundations around the country and check out the job openings in interesting locations.
April 18, 2017 | GrantWatch
A recent Bipartisan Policy Center paper notes that in FY 2016, the Military Health System covered health care for an estimated 9.4 million TriCare beneficiaries, costing $48 billion. The paper was funded in part by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
Also featured are posts on uncertainties about the status of health reform, environmental health, and data analytics.
The name of the new RWJF leader was announced on February 13, 2017. Read about his background.
Who got hired and who got promoted? Read staff and board news at health funders from around the United States—from Wasilla, Alaska, to suburban Washington, D.C.
See which posts from our section on health philanthropy made the list! Number one was a post on integrating medical and social services.