Sr. Content Strategist
Andrew’s passion for storytelling took shape growing up in a newspaper family. He spent several years working with communication agencies, telling stories ranging from politics to public health. It was the latter that sparked his interest in healthcare.
He transitioned from the agency side to work on the inside for one of the nation’s largest non-profit healthcare systems. Working alongside some of the leading doctors in the country, he was able to hone his ability to tell meaningful stories that inspire, educate, and inform patients of all ages.
He transitioned to GoHealth to advance his passion for using stories and content to solve issues, provide value to seniors, and increase awareness of Medicare solutions.
“Access to the right care at the right time can have a significant impact on someone with a health condition. For a grandparent, health and wellness can be the difference between traveling to a grandchild’s birthday or just sending a card. There’s nothing more important than basic health services. Securing health and financial security should not be a secret. I believe the work we do at GoHealth is changing lives for the better every day.”
We understand that where you get your health information can significantly affect your health care decisions and outcomes. At GoHealth, we strive to gain your trust. That means reviewing our content is as important as writing it. We evaluate each article for a specific subject or whether it thoroughly and accurately answers a particular question. Each member of our Medicare Advisory Team is licensed, and their in-depth, certified knowledge of Medicare helps provide readers with unbiased, accurate, and up-to-date information.
Each team member deeply respects their responsibility and GoHealth’s 20 years as a source of Medicare information and advice.
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