Kimberly Leonard

Staff Writer  The Center for Public Integrity

Leonard is a health reporter who has previously worked for Vogue magazine, Stateline.org and the Huffington Post Investigative Fund, which merged with the Center for Public Integrity in January 2011. She has also done stints at In Style and Time magazines and worked as a video editor at Teach for America. She is a 2009 graduate of the University of Richmond, where she majored in urban practice and policy and minored in journalism.

Lethal injection drug access could put executions on hold

By Kimberly Leonard

Panel recommends new agency to investigate safety of health information technology

By Kimberly Leonard

As states build exchanges, questions linger about interoperability

By Josh Israel and Kimberly Leonard

Stimulus funds will build state health exchanges but might not sustain them

By Josh Israel and Kimberly Leonard

Health information technology: Keep it simple

By Kimberly Leonard

Health information technology: Incentives may not always serve intended purpose

By Josh Israel and Kimberly Leonard

Podiatrists have their foot in the door

By Josh Israel and Kimberly Leonard

State attorneys general not leaping to embrace HIPAA enforcement

By Kimberly Leonard

Privacy advocates want stricter rules for online, patient-controlled health records

By Kimberly Leonard

FDA cigarette study casts doubt on whether new warning labels would help smokers quit

By Kimberly Leonard

Tentative security definition confuses health care providers, privacy groups

By Kimberly Leonard

Excluded groups want in on health information technology funding

By Kimberly Leonard

Inside the school data

By Kimberly Leonard

With 6 car dealers in Congress, industry revs up horsepower on Capitol Hill

By Kimberly Leonard

Proposed bill aims to expand health IT funds to mental health providers

By Kimberly Leonard and Josh Israel

Telehealth bill aims to expand health IT access for home care providers

By Kimberly Leonard and Josh Israel

GOP deficit-cutters eye health IT stimulus funds as Obama’s point man leaves

By Kimberly Leonard

Communities at risk from oil refineries that use toxic chemical

By Kimberly Leonard

Tucson shooter was troubled, but could still buy a gun

By Kimberly Leonard

Some anti-spending candidates’ businesses have government contracts, tax breaks in their past

By Kimberly Leonard and Aaron Mehta

Some candidates against government spending had federal contracts, tax breaks

By Kimberly Leonard and Aaron Mehta