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NHS’s Granger Announces Resignation

June 18, 2007 News No Comments

Richard Granger, head of NHS’s Connecting for Health in the United Kingdom, has announced that he will leave the program at the end of the year. Britain’s highest paid government employee says he had always planned to give the position, which he called “relentless”, five years and that he wants to spend more time with his children.

Granger says he’ll go to work in the private sector in 2008.

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