Monday, June 9, 2014

After Consulting, Cuomo Ally to Oversee Medicaid Money

ALBANY — Former deputy secretary of health Jim Introne is returning to the state Department of Health to help oversee the disbursal of more than $6 billion in federal money from a recently approved Medicaid waiver, possibly to health care organizations who are clients of the politically well-connected firm he recently worked for.Introne, who began working at the state health department on June 5 this year, will serve as special adviser to the state health commissioner, a department spokesperson confirmed.In his new position, Introne will provide counsel on matters related to the health department's Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program, the spokesperson said.

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