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State health commissioner returning to private sector

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Indianapolis-based OurHealth, a provider of employer on-site clinic services, announced Thursday morning that State Health Commissioner Dr. Gregory N. Larkin will become its medical director.

Larkin will continue in his role as commissioner of the State Department of Health into January, when Gov. Mitch Daniels leaves office. Daniels appointed Larkin to the position in 2010, replacing Dr. Judy Monroe.

Larkin previously spent much of his career as Eli Lilly and Co.’s director of corporate health service and served as global medical director.

After retiring from Lilly in 2007, Larkin served as the first chief medical officer of the Indiana Health Information Exchange, which promotes health information technology for the advancement of patient and community care.
 

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