Trump Picks Alex Azar To Lead Health And Human Services

Alex Azar, who was deputy secretary for Health and Human Services in the George W. Bush administration, is President Trump's pick to replace Dr. Tom Price as head of the department. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption. toggle caption. Evan Vucci/AP. Alex Azar ......mehr

Quelle : NPR

Trump Chooses Alex Azar for Health and Human Services Secretary

WASHINGTON — President Trump nominated a pharmaceutical executive to be the next secretary of the Health and Human Services Department. The nominee, Alex M. Azar II, served as a deputy at the department under former President George W. Bush....mehr

Quelle : New York Times

Trump picks former drug company executive as his 2nd Health and Human Services ...

In a tweet from Manila, President Trump on Monday announced that he will nominate Alex Azar, a former pharmaceutical executive and healthcare official during the George W. Bush administration, to be his new secretary of the Department of Health and ......mehr

Quelle : Los Angeles Times

Who is Alex Azar? Former drugmaker CEO and HHS official nominated to head agency

WASHINGTON – When Alex Azar had to rush his three-year-old son to the emergency room for a cut near his eye in 2006, the attending physician asked Azar if he wanted a plastic surgeon called in. “How much more will that cost?” Azar asked, only to be ......mehr

Quelle : USA TODAY

Former Eli Lilly Executive Is Trump's Choice for Health Secretary

Mr. Trump announced his choice of Alex M. Azar II, a former president of the American division of Eli Lilly and a health official in the George W. Bush administration, on Twitter while traveling in Asia. If confirmed, Mr. Azar would succeed Tom Price ......mehr

Quelle : New York Times

What people are saying about Trump's pick of former Lilly exec Alex Azar to ...

Lamar Alexander, chairman of the Senate health committee: “As a former deputy secretary of Health and Human Services and private sector executive, Alex Azar has the qualifications and experience to get results. The Senate health committee will promptly ......mehr

Quelle : Indianapolis Star