Gordon deploys Obama admin. experience in tackling PFAS, Medicaid work requirements

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Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Robert Gordon has stepped into his role at a time when the department faces crucial issues that affect Michigan’s rural and urban areas alike.

That includes addressing everything from lead and PFAS contamination in drinking water and implementing new work requirements for Healthy Michigan recipients.

In an exclusive interview with the MichiganAdvance this month, Gordon discussed his health care background, the department’s current direction, the challenges it currently faces and what he thinks we can do about them.

It’s part of the Advance’s ongoing video series, “Inside Michigan Government,” interviewing key state department directors and taking you behind the scenes of your government and how decisions are made.

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