New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo nominated a key healthcare figure Friday to fill the roll of New York state's Medicaid inspector general. James Cox, a longtime federal auditor, was named to replace James Sheehan, who is expected to step down on July 15 after Mr. Cuomo asked for his resignation last month.
New York governor names Medicaid top cop
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