Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC, is pleased to announce the opening of its
new Federal Government Relations and Public Policy Department.
Based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, the new department is led
by Martin A. Corry. Veteran health care lobbyist Kelly L. Lavin and
economic policy specialist Alex M. Brill round out the team.
“With health care policy moving strongly to the federal level, it is
vital that our practice evolve to meet our clients’ needs,” said HLB
Managing Partner Robert W. Lundy. “Marty, Kelly, and Alex are a strong
team with a proven track record. I am confident they will serve our
client interests well.”
“As health reform implementation continues to unfold, the delivery of
care is increasingly affected by decision making in Washington,” said
Department Chair Martin Corry. “Furthermore, Congress and the Executive
Branch will continue to pursue policies to reduce federal health
spending, increase transparency and compliance and improve health
outcomes. Providers and payers alike will be well served by engaging
policymakers to help guide these decisions. We are very excited to join
HLB and its nationally recognized team of health care lawyers. We look
forward to serving clients in an integrated, outcome-oriented manner.”
HLB’s Government Relations Team
In addition to almost 30 years as a federal lobbyist, Martin Corry is
the former Special Assistant to the Administrator of the Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) where he served from 2002-2007. In
this capacity, Mr. Corry was involved with a wide range of matters
ranging from implementing the Medicare Modernization Act (MMA) to the
annual issuance of CMS payment rules, where he interfaced with the
Office of Management and Budget. Prior to joining CMS, Mr. Corry spent
15 years as the Director of Federal Affairs for the American Association
of Retired Persons (AARP). Mr. Corry can be reached at 202.580.7707 or email@example.com.
Kelly Lavin brings significant policymaking experience to HLB.
She is a former legislative assistant to former U. S. Representative
Phil English, who served on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.
She served as director of federal government affairs for the American
Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Ms. Lavin has expertise in a
variety of areas, including Medicare reimbursement, scope of practice
and health information technology. She can be reached at 202.580.7704 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the department’s economic policy advisor, Alex Brill’s
experience includes serving as the senior advisor to former chairman of
the House Ways and Means Committee Bill Thomas and as the chief
economist of that Committee. He also served as an economist at the White
House Council of Economic Advisors and more recently as a consulting
advisor to the Simpson-Bowles Commission. He is currently a research
fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. Mr. Brill can be reached at
202.580.7705 or email@example.com.
Scope of Services
HLB’s Federal Government and Public Policy Department is immediately
available to assist the firm’s health care clients with a full
complement of services, including:
Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy
Proposed Legislation Development and Monitoring
Strategic Planning and Risk Assessment
Assistance with Funding and Grant Applications
About Hooper, Lundy & Bookman: Founded in 1987, Hooper, Lundy
& Bookman, PC is the largest full service law practice in the country
dedicated to the representation of health care providers and suppliers.
With offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Washington,
D.C., and clients in all 50 states, we meet the business, litigation,
regulatory, and government relations & public policy needs of a broad
array of health care organizations, ranging from the largest national
health care systems to community hospitals and individual physician
practices. For more information, please visit our website at www.health-law.com.