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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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Eric D. Hargan 16h
Let's face it - the current system has let down far too many Americans. There are so many areas where biomedical innovation can transform American life, and is committed to working together with innovators to make that transformation possible.
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Eric D. Hargan 16h
From day one of 's administration, has been working to speed up the ability to approve new medical innovations while preserving our ability to assess safety and efficacy. On this front, and have truly been catalysts for change and innovation.
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Eric D. Hargan 17h
. and are committed to moving American healthcare towards a value-based system that pays for health and outcomes, rather than sickness and procedures. We can do that by empowering patients and unleashing innovation to serve them.
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Eric D. Hargan 17h
Too often, government stands in the way of innovation. Today I'm outlining for , 's vision on how we can become a catalyst for those who are thinking above the horizon to cure diseases and help the sick and disabled.
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 23
Last week, I met with , the Minister of Health of . We talked about the importance of security & our mutual interest in finding new ways to address non-communicable diseases. 🇺🇸🇦🇷
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 20
It's always great to see . We caught up ahead of the upcoming World Health Assembly to talk about reform and the importance of being prepared for the next emergency.
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Adolfo Rubinstein Apr 20
Excelente reunión con , Deputy Secretary del . Hablamos de las prioridades sanitarias de ambos países y de cómo trabajar en conjunto para mejorar la salud de nuestros ciudadanos.
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HHS.gov Apr 19
HHS released $485 million in grant awards to states and territories to fight the crisis. The funds will help support evidence-based efforts to prevent misuse of opioids, expand access to treatment and support recovery.
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 19
I met with , 's Minister of Health, earlier today. We discussed the epidemic, mental illness, and other areas of mutual concern. I'm proud of the strong 🇺🇸-🇨🇦 relationship.
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 18
ICYMI: I met w/ patient advocacy groups to discuss how is working to improve for all Americans. In addition, I emphasized that is personally committed to making health insurance & drug prices more affordable. Read more here:
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 18
Honored to meet with the Indian Health Service Budget Formulation Team to hear directly from Tribal leaders on their priorities for the budget.
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National Cancer Institute Apr 16
NCI Director Dr. Ned Sharpless shares his vision of opportunities to accelerate progress in and patient care:
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 17
I enjoyed meeting patients, family members and their representatives to discuss the high cost of drugs, the work is doing to combat abuse and 's commitment to giving patients more choices and information about their .
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 17
It was a pleasure to join you and Dr. Matthew Lin in ’s observance of
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Minority Health Apr 17
Happening now: OMH Director, Dr Matthew Lin opens the National Minority Health Month Observance event and introduces
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HHS.gov Apr 13
See how HHS is supporting 's Executive Order to boost economic mobility by encouraging work ➡️
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 16
After a 50-year war on poverty, the evidence is in: work, personal responsibility, & a healthy economy provide the best pathway out of poverty. Read more about what is doing to help low-income families across the country:
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 9
Since started in 2013, States using the Federal Exchange have had fewer and fewer choices. As of 2017, HALF of the counties in America had only one issuer. Choices ⬇, Costs ⬆
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Alex Azar Apr 12
Great to welcome Judy Stecker to as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs.
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HHS.gov Apr 8
You have a right to your health record. Do you know how to get it and use it? Follow this guide ➡️ from
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