Garth Graham is the deputy assistant secretary for minority health at HHS, where he leads the federal government’s efforts to reduce health disparities. In this role, he is implementing the first national plan to attack such disparities through private-public partnerships. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Graham, 35, is a board-certified internal medicine physician. He serves as chairman of the public-private National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved and holds a faculty position at Harvard Medical School.
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