Managed Healthcare Executive May 23, 2024
Peter Wehrwein, Managing Editor, Briana Contreras

A limited pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) reform bill may be used as a “pay for” to offset the costs of extending Medicare telehealth flexibilities, shares Kelly, of Capitol Advocacy & Government Affairs.

Welcome to another episode of our DC Roundtable podcast!

Our guest this time is Paul Kelly, of Capitol Advocacy & Government Affairs. Kelly is a second-generation lobbyist — his father, Harold V. Kelly, who was head of the Washington office for Republic Steel Corporation in the mid-70s and 80s. Kelly got his K Street start working for the American Chiropractic Association and advocating for the inclusion of chiropractic services in Medicare coverage.

“I learned some really important lessons about being persistent, about being creative, about how important local...

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