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Eric D. Hargan
Deputy Secretary of . Husband and father. Regulatory reform enthusiast and proud Illinois native. Privacy:
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HHS.gov 9h
News Release: The Trump Administration Plan for Reunifying Children
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U.S. Surgeon General Jul 16
220 years from today, the Public Health Service was established to care for the sick and disabled seamen. This day is an instrumental part of the United States Public Health Service’s history and long tradition for public health service.
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Alex Azar 13h
President Trump, like all Americans, knows more competition means lower prices. See our plan for new competition in biologic drugs here:
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Alex Azar 15h
Americans save billions of dollars every year thanks to generic drugs, but the same level of competition doesn’t exist for complex drugs called biologics. now has a plan to change that.
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Alex Azar 14h
A key piece of the and blueprint for lower drug prices is increased competition. Today, fulfilling President Trump’s promise, unveiled how we’ll bring competition to a drug segment where it largely doesn’t exist.
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U.S. FDA 16h
…we’re not going to play regulatory whack-a-mole with companies trying to unfairly delay or derail the entry of competitors. We’re not going to wait a decade or more for robust biosimilar competition to emerge.
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HHS.gov Jul 17
In addition to the alarming rise in overdoses and deaths, the has also seen a growing number of injection-related infectious diseases. Check out our latest blog:
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Alex Azar 18h
. has made clear that it’s time for drug companies to put American Patients First — Novartis halting its prescription drug increases is a step in the right direction and a win for American patients.
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Eric D. Hargan 18h
The President’s budget called for a modernization of the Stark Law (enacted in 1989) so I worked w/ & to put forth an RFI seeking public input. The RFI is still open & your feedback is important in 's regulatory sprint .
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Eric D. Hargan 20h
Great article from about my hearing w/ & . Regulations, especially the Stark Law, can hinder the development of newer & better ways to help Americans. This is why is taking action with .
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 17
We applaud the court’s decision today on 340B. President Trump and his team at HHS are not afraid to shake up the system—even if it involves an extended fight—and are committed to finding real solutions to make sure American patients and seniors pay less for prescription drugs.
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 17
Great read by former HHS Secretaries Sebelius and Thompson about the need to modernize our Stark and anti-kick back laws so we can transform our system from one that pays for procedures and sickness to one that pays for outcomes and health.
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 17
At 3:30 pm today I will testify at and about possible ways to modernize the Stark Law. Specifically we will address 's Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care . You can watch live here ➜ ➜ ➜
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Ben Carson Jul 17
In Cleveland, we’re talking about the link between the and . I’m honored to serve on ’s inter-agency task force dedicated to addressing the . Last year, about 25% of those treated at HUD-funded CoC had substance abuse challenges.
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Dr. Elinore F. McCance-Katz Jul 17
published guidance for treating women who are pregnant and/or parenting infants. is proven treatment for use disorders. Read more at .
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 16
Wonderful opportunity to meet with staff from and in Minnesota last week. Thank you for all that you do to combat the .
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 16
Looking forward to joining the and tomorrow to discuss and 's Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care . Click here to learn more ➜ ➜ ➜
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HHS.gov Jul 16
Minority groups in the United States are less likely to have access to mental health services, which can lead to poor mental health outcomes. Learn how HHS is working to improve access to mental health care for all:
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Alex Azar Jul 16
The reforms proposed by bring us one step closer to a modern healthcare system that delivers better care for Americans at a lower cost. These proposals help deliver on two priorities: creating a value-based healthcare system and making prescription drugs more affordable.
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Eric D. Hargan Jul 16
Pleasure to join you this morning
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