CMS deputy director resigns
Ruben King-Shaw is resigning as deputy administrator and chief operating officer of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Leslie Norwalk, who assumed King-Shaw's duties at CMS when he was detailed part-time to the Treasury Department to oversee health tax credit programs earlier this year, will continue to fill his role at the agency...
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