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Dan Boston has been named one of The Hill's Top Lobbyists for 2021. This is Dan's 18th year being recognized as one of our nation's "Top Lobbyists" by The Hill newspaper. Dan has been named an unprecedented 18 of the last 19 years. This list covers all policy sectors, not just healthcare, and includes former ambassadors, Members of Congress, CMS Administrators, etc.
The Hill, December 1, 2021
The Hill's Top Lobbyists 2020
Dan Boston has been named one of The Hill's Top Lobbyists for 2020. This is Dan's 17th year being recognized as one of our nation's "Top Lobbyists" by The Hill newspaper. Dan has been named an unprecedented 17 of the last 18 years. This list covers all policy sectors, not just healthcare, and includes former ambassadors, Members of Congress, CMS Administrators, etc.
The Hill, December 10, 2020
HPS is delighted to announce that Capitol Hill healthcare veteran Gayle Gerdes is joining our team as our newest health policy analyst. We believe Gayle will continue our nearly two decades long tradition of focused policy expertise and personal attention to client needs.
Gayle has worked for the Concord Coalition, first as Western Regional Director and more recently as a consultant. The Concord Coalition works to advance an understanding of the nation's fiscal challenges, as well as forge bipartisan efforts to effectively address those issues. Earlier in her career, Gayle worked for Senator Timothy Hutchinson (R-AR) and Congressman Christopher John (D-LA) handling health care matters ranging from Medicare Part D to HIPAA.
Importantly, Gayle also spent four years on the board of a rural New Mexico hospital, where she approved credentialing for medical staff, enforced cost-conscious budgeting for both short-term and long-term planning, oversaw quality of care and other operational issues and, in general, represented and actively pursued the healthcare needs of her community to promote and preserve access to high-quality healthcare.
This varied background gives her a deep understanding of the federal legislative and regulatory processes, as well as the fiscal constraints in which our nation’s policy debate plays out impacting all healthcare sectors.
Gayle succeeds Matt DoBias, who recently left HPS to pursue another career opportunity in external communications. We’re grateful to him for his good works, and wish him all the best.
Health Policy Source, May 25, 2019
Dan Boston, Health Policy Source President, was selected by Washington Life Magazine as a member of their annual “Power 100 - Washington's Most Influential." This 2017 list includes representatives from across the ideological spectrum, including a former President, Speaker of the House, Senators, Fortune 500 CEO's, etc.
Washington Life Magazine - May 2017
“Decisions in state legislatures ripple through districts, so data will have to be paired with the faces of people who will be impacted - from patients to the different types of employees,” said Health Policy Source President Dan Boston, who is working with Jarrard in a partnership to better link hospitals and providers to the news cascading out of Washington.
USA TODAY NETWORK, March 10, 2017
Jenny Gladieux received first place for her essay on the creation of a federal all payer claims data base. This award was given by the National Capital Healthcare Executives chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
George Mason University Student Spotlight, October 17, 2016
Dan Boston, President at Health Policy Source, has been named one of The Hill's Top Lobbyists for 2016. This is Dan's 13th year being recognized as one of our nation's "Top Lobbyists" by The Hill Newspaper. In its 15th year of compiling this list, Dan has been named an unprecedented 13 of the last 14 years. This list covers all policy sectors, not just healthcare, and includes former ambassadors, Members of Congress, CMS Administrators, etc.
The Hill, October 25, 2016
Dan Boston, who has been a partner of Health Policy Source for over a decade and recently became President, has been named one of the Hill's Top Lobbyists for 2015. This is Dan's 12th year being recognized as one of the best in a field of over 13,000 registered lobbyists.
The Hill, October 29, 2015
Jenny Gladieux takes a look at the impact therapy caps have on Medicare beneficiaries in the home health context. The article, Jimmo and the Improvement Standard: Implementing Medicare Coverage through Regulations, Policy Manuals and Other Guidance, was published in the American Journal of Law and Medicine in 2014.
Also available at http://www.aslme.org/Back_Issues_And_Articles?journal=AJLM&year=2014&vo…
March 1, 2014