A screen capture of a video of White House COVID-19 Testing Coordinator Carole Johnson during a briefing on the pandemic. Johnson reportedly will be named the next HRSA administrator.

Carole Johnson Appears to be Leading Candidate to Run HRSA

After a 10-month delay, it looks like we may be getting close to the appointment of a permanent leader of the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the federal agency that runs the 340B drug pricing program.

News organization Politico said in its Politico Pulse blog yesterday that White House COVID-19 Testing Coordinator and longtime Washington policy player Carole Johnson will step down soon and is expected to be President Biden’s pick to run HRSA. According to Politico, two people with knowledge of the matter said Johnson is in line for the HRSA job. The news organization said the appointment is not final, and that Johnson does not have a set date for leaving the White House and joining HRSA.

After a 10-month delay, it looks like we may be getting close to the appointment of a permanent leader of the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the federal agency that runs the 340B drug pricing program.

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