The contender for Montana’s next health director faced an outbreak of heavy disease and pushed the demands of Medicaid work – two looming issues in Montana – while he held a similar position in Kentucky.
Montana senators will soon decide whether to confirm the selection of Adam Meier, Republican Governor Greg Gianforte for the post of director of the State Department of Public Health and Human Services. He would earn $ 165,000 as the head of Montana’s largest state agency, which oversees 13 divisions and is a leader in the state’s pandemic response.
Gianforte is convinced that Meier “will bring greater transparency, accountability and efficiency to the department as it serves the Montanans, especially the most vulnerable among us,” said Brooke Stroyke, spokesperson for the governor’s office.
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