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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Medicare & Medicaid Services
The federal government says more than 47,700 Indiana residents have signed up for private insurance under the health care law during the first four months of enrollment.
The federal government is shut down, but that hasn't stopped agencies from running lots of "help wanted" ads.
As administrator for the $800-billion-a-year Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Dr. Donald Berwick is charged with implementing many of President Obama's sweeping health care mandates in ways that undoubtedly will affect health plans, hospitals and health care providers across the country.