ACCC 2022 Virtual Hill Day: Federal Policy and Advocacy Update
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Join the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) policy team for a webinar to familiarize yourself with ACCC’s advocacy priorities, hear about how to best prepare for your Congressional visits, and start thinking about “the story” of your patients and your cancer program.
Matt Devino, MPH
Director, Cancer Care Delivery & Health Policy
Association of Community Cancer Centers
As Director, Cancer Care Delivery and Health Policy at ACCC, Matt leads the organization’s policy and advocacy initiatives to improve cancer care delivery and promote health equity across rural, urban, and underserved settings. He also works to advance ACCC’s federal legislative and regulatory priorities, working with Congress and the Administration to support the oncology workforce and reshape reimbursement to better meet the needs of cancer care providers and their patients.
Matt has nearly a decade of experience in the healthcare industry with a strong history of working alongside and advocating for healthcare providers across the care continuum. Most recently, Matt served as an Associate Director, Government Affairs for the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) in Washington, DC. In that role, Matt had the pleasure of representing the nation’s medical group practices in Washington in front of federal agencies, congressional offices, and other provider stakeholder groups and coalitions. He was responsible for education and advocacy efforts on a variety of federal legislative and regulatory issues, including Medicare provider reimbursement, value-based payment reform and alternative payment models, COVID-19 financial relief programs, and health information technology. Matt also worked closely with MGMA state affiliate chapters in the Eastern and Western regions to organize grassroots efforts and was a frequent speaker at state and national meetings.
Matt earned his Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management from The George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health and his bachelor’s degree in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology from Harvard University.