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Can a Permanent Telehealth Solution Get Through a Split Senate?

Welcome to ELEVATE, a new podcast from JPA Health. At ELEVATE, the JPA Public Affairs team will share best practices and innovative ideas to influence the changing health landscape.  Every [...]

Should Healthcare Be Considered an Infrastructure Need?

With a new year, new Congress, and new presidential administration well underway, pundits and politicians alike continue to opine on what the future of healthcare should look like for the [...]

Why Your Organization Should Prioritize Public Affairs

Recently the news outlet, Axios, declared “CEOs are the 4th branch of government” due to the swift response by many companies to the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. What’s more, around [...]

A Letter to the Optimists

Full disclosure: I am an optimist. I’m always looking for that silver lining and the bright side of a situation. Throughout the emotional turmoil and frustrations of the last year, I have forced [...]

A New Congress and A New President: What to Expect

What happens when you take four policy and public affairs professionals from two different parties and ask them what they think the health policy agenda looks like following the 2020 elections? [...]

Maybe Doctors will Save Us

As the United States is trying to heal from a divisive election and a surging pandemic, O’Dwyer’s republished our recent article, “Maybe Doctors Will Save Us” from its magazine. The timing could [...]

Decision 2020: Start Public Affairs Planning Today

The concurrent effects of the novel coronavirus and sweeping demands for racial equity are, arguably, creating the greatest social disruption America has witnessed in the last 50 years. While the [...]

Leveraging Communication to Address a Crisis – How “Flatten the Curve” Spread

Communicating public health messages during a pandemic necessitates the ability to reach everyone quickly. This role has traditionally belonged to government leaders, but with so much [...]