AHCPR'S NEW ADMINISTRATOR IS HHS HEALTH REFORM ADVISOR GAUS
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryAHCPR'S NEW ADMINISTRATOR IS HHS HEALTH REFORM ADVISOR GAUS, who was nominated for the top post at HHS' Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Dec. 17. Clifton Gaus, a health policy and research veteran of the Nixon, Ford and Carter Administrations, has spent the last year as a senior advisor on health care reform to Assistant Secretary for Health Philip Lee, MD. In that position, Gaus has been working with the White House and Lee in writing the Administration's health care reform plan.
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