Episode Summary

Home health aide is one of the fastest-growing jobs in America – and the first job in our month-long series that will explain how different health care workers fit into the broader health policy picture.

Episode Notes

Home health aide is one of the fastest-growing jobs in America — and the first job in our month-long series that will explain how different health care workers fit into the broader health policy picture.

What's it like to be a home health aide — and why take such a demanding, low-paying job in the first place? Lisa Morris, a home health worker in New Jersey, joins POLITICO to explain. Meanwhile, Harvard professor David Grabowski offers insight into the trends and policies that are shaping the home health field.

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Weekly conversations with some of the most interesting and influential people in health care, hosted by POLITICO Pulse author Dan Diamond.