Advances the federal policy and regulatory strategy for McKesson's specialty provider organization, including The US Oncology Network. This position will be based in Washington, DC working in multiple business and public policy issue areas, including responsibility for Medicare reimbursement and regulations. This individual will act as an organizational expert on legislation, policy research, analysis and forecasting. Will serve as a designated Congressional point-of-contact and advocate for The US Oncology Network. The Director of Federal Government Relations will be responsible for crafting, messaging and implementing federal legislative/regulatory strategies through leadership roles with allied associations and industry trade groups.
This role is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive plan to increase The US Oncology Network practice participation in the legislative process through site visits, policy briefings, townhall meetings and political events. Shared responsibility for PAC operations/budget. This individual may manage direct reports, multiple outside consultants to accomplish goals and effectively communicate results with executive leadership. Develops and maintains policies and programs to ensure organizational awareness of government legislation and/or regulatory issues that affect the organization and respond to same. Ensures that the organization's interests are represented and protected in legislative proceedings and in the development of market rules and procedures. Prepares and organizes forums and gatherings with government officials to exchange ideas and information on business activities and potential legislation that may affect the organization.
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