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McClellan to think tanks

Executive Summary

Former CMS Administrator Mark McClellan joins the Center for Regulatory Studies, a collaborative program jointly sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution, as a visiting senior fellow. In his joint appointment at the Washington, D.C.-based think tanks, he will work on "the next steps for how I can hopefully continue to have an impact on issues like...the future of Medicare," he says at a Medicare conference sponsored by Avalere in Washington, D.C. Oct. 16. McClellan, who left CMS Oct. 14 after two years as administrator, says he will also continue his academic affiliation with Stanford University. McClellan has been succeeded at CMS by Acting Administrator Leslie Norwalk (1"The Pink Sheet" Sept. 11, 2006, p. 10)...

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