Friday, April 10, 2009

Obama sets up formal office for healthcare reform | Politics | Reuters


President Barack Obama set up an executive office for healthcare reform at the White House on Wednesday, saying the overhaul was one of the biggest priorities for the first year of his presidency.

The White House Office of Health Reform (Health Reform Office) will help the executive branch steer "the federal government's comprehensive effort to improve access to health care, the quality of such care, and the sustainability of the health care system," the order reads.

It also says the Secretary of Health and Human Services will create an Office of Health Reform to work with the White House office.

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