Health official to step down

Investor's Business Daily
December 2013
Investors Business Daily;12/31/2013, pA02
The chief operating officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, who oversaw ObamaCare's botched rollout, is retiring. The administration said Michelle Snyder had planned to retire at the end of '12 but stayed on at the CMS head's request to help with ObamaCare. Snyder is the 2nd official linked to the troubled rollout to step down. The chief information officer at CMS left in Nov. for a job in the private sector.


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