JUNEAU — Gov. Sean Parnell has named William Streur commissioner of Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services.
Streur has been acting commissioner since last fall, when Bill Hogan resigned following Parnell’s election.
Parnell called Streur “committed to accountability and improving the effectiveness” of state health and social service agency.
According to Parnell’s office, Streur has more than 30 years of experience in health care administration. His positions with the state have included serving as deputy commissioner for Medicaid and health care policy.