Madeline advises and advocates for clients on key policy, legislative and regulatory matters. With more than 10 years of experience working on Capitol Hill and with healthcare leaders, she helps clients lobby, develop effective policy strategies and build their brand reputation and awareness in Congress and throughout the United States. Madeline also helps her clients form and foster strong relationships with health policy decision-makers on national and grassroots levels.
Madeline’s healthcare background includes leadership roles advocating for healthcare providers, with a specific focus on surgical specialties and products companies. She has successfully spearheaded multi-pronged legislative campaigns, coordinated high-level fundraising strategies, and initiated critical partnerships on Capitol Hill and within the medical community. She specializes in effectively communicating and advocating on complex healthcare issues to Members of Congress and their staffs, cultivating champions for the provider community on both sides of the aisle.
Prior to joining McDermottPlus, Madeline worked for a leading national medical professional society. She had an integral role in leading congressional advocacy efforts on Medicare payment, value, and quality issues. Previously, Madeline worked for a boutique healthcare consulting firm and spent time working for her home state Senator on Capitol Hill, who now serves in a leadership position on a committee with jurisdiction over healthcare issues.
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