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“Status Quo” Election Means Stability in Administration Overseeing Rapid Change in Policy Climate

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The re-election of Barack Obama injects some stability into a period of rapid change in regulatory and health policy. Most key health officials are expected to stay at least until 2014, and that is likely to include FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg. But there are plenty of big changes in key slots on Capitol Hill, and the implementation of health reform and PDUFA V will mean a lot is new even if the political lineups aren’t.

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