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March 14, 1986

President Reagan will name Dr. William L. Roper, now his special assistant for health policy, to become head of the $93-billion agency that runs the federal Medicare and Medicaid programs, a White House official said. An industry source said an announcement is expected today. Roper, a 36-year-old physician, will take over the Health Care Financing Administration, a branch of the Health and Human Services Department.

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