Leigh Feldman

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Leigh offers clients nuanced health policy and legislative affairs insights informed by more than a decade of experience at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and on Capitol Hill. A skilled legislative and regulatory strategist, Leigh helps clients evaluate health policy proposals and anticipate policy changes. Read Leigh Feldman's full bio.

2024: The Year of the Telehealth Cliff


By , , and on Feb 5, 2024
Posted In Digital Health, Employee Benefits, Health and Welfare Plans

What does December 31, 2024, mean to you? New Year’s Eve? Post-2024 election? Too far away to know? Our answer: December 31, 2024, is when we will go over a “telehealth cliff” if Congress fails to act before that date, directly impacting care and access for Medicare beneficiaries. What is this telehealth cliff? Read more...

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Pharmacy Benefit Manager Reform: What’s on the Horizon? (December 2023 Update)


By , , , and on Dec 27, 2023
Posted In Employee Benefits, Health and Welfare Plans

The price of prescription drugs has brought scrutiny to the entire drug supply chain. Congress and other policymakers continue to seek opportunities to lower costs for patients and the federal government. Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are a key stakeholder in the drug supply chain, functioning as intermediaries between insurance providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Congress and...

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Pharmacy Benefit Manager Reform: What’s on the Horizon?


By , , , and on Oct 17, 2023
Posted In Employee Benefits, Health and Welfare Plans

The price of prescription drugs has brought scrutiny to the entire drug supply chain. Congress and other policymakers continue to seek opportunities to lower costs for patients and the federal government. Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are a key stakeholder in the drug supply chain, functioning as intermediaries between insurance providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers. PBMs administer...

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A Look into House Efforts on Hospital and Health Plan Price Transparency


By and on Sep 19, 2023
Posted In Employee Benefits, Health and Welfare Plans

In the 118th Congress, the US House of Representatives is keenly interested in healthcare price transparency. Three House committees—Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means, and Education and the Workforce—each approved legislation that would advance price transparency objectives. Generally, these bills seek to codify (or modify) the requirements around hospital and health plan price transparency as...

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