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Eli Greenspan

ML Strategies - Manager of Government Relations

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Prior to joining ML Strategies, Eli was a legislative correspondent for US Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM), where his experience included health care, education, child welfare, social security, food assistance, and poverty issues specifically as they relate to the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, and Social Security. Previously, Eli served as a legislative intern with Senator Heinrich. He also served as a legislative intern with Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), where he worked on issues related to education, health, and commerce. Eli has also served as an intern at a political fundraising and strategy firm in Chicago.

Outside of politics, Eli was the founder of MLB Daily Dish, a blog devoted to Major League Baseball. He also was the lead sports writer for ChicagoNow’s Down on the Farm, where he covered the Cubs and White Sox minor league teams

Education

  • University of Maryland (BA)

Recognition & Awards

  • Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Fellow (2011 – 2012)

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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of March 4, 2019

March 4, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

As Congress continues its oversight of prescription drug prices, the Senate Finance Committee will also examine abuse and neglect at nursing homes. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives is looking at ways to lower health care costs as it keeps it eye on lowering drug costs as well. The focus and intensity around drug pricing is not expected to diminish anytime soon. For our complete health care preview...
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What Does the Future Hold for Drug Pricing?

February 28, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

On Tuesday, executives from seven of the largest pharmaceutical companies testified before the Senate Finance Committee on rising prescription drug prices. While the hearing was expected to be packed with fireworks as Senators of both parties grilled the nation's top pharmaceutical executives, it was largely uneventful.
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of February 25th

February 26, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

This week, Congress will dive into rising prescription drug costs with a hearing in the Senate Finance Committee. The hearing will feature seven top drug manufacturer executives and will focus on rising drug prices and transparency, among other topics. The Finance Committee is also looking into insulin price increases, joining the House Oversight Committee in investigating a number of prescription drug price increases. We cover this and more in this week's preview, which you can find by...
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of February 11, 2019

February 11, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

Congress and the Administration are staring down the prospects of another government shutdown with talks breaking down over the weekend on a border funding deal. Democrats in the House continue to aggressively pursue drug pricing legislation, and are also touting reforms to the ACA to counteract actions taken by the Administration. Once we're beyond the shutdown, assuming a long-term deal can be struck, legislative direction on key issues should become clear. We cover this and more in this week's preview, which you can find...
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of February 4, 2019

February 4, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

This week, we explore the Administration's proposed rule related to AKS safe harbors and what it means for the drug pricing debate. On Capitol Hill, Democrats in both chambers are beginning to examine behaviors by various companies in an effort to drive home the need for additional oversight. It's clear that drug pricing is going to be a hot topic for this Congress. What's unclear is whether both sides can find consensus in proposals that lower drug costs. We cover this and more in this week's preview, which you can find by...
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of January 28, 2019

January 29, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

The shutdown fight is over for now and Congress is ready to get the work of the 116th Congress underway. This week, there will be four relevant hearings to health care stakeholders, two of which will center around prescription drug pricing. The other two will look at pre-existing conditions and community health center related policies. On the regulatory side, we wait and see if the Administration will be putting forth any regulations in this space, in particular the discount safe harbor rule.
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of January 22nd

January 22, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

While Congress is still mired in a partial government shutdown, the Administration is continuing to put out relevant health care regulations and approving new Medicaid work requirements. With the first health care hearings of 2019 beginning next week, we should get a sense of the level of oversight the Administration will be facing this Congress. We cover this and more in this week's health care preview.
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - January 14, 2019

January 15, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

While Congress and the Administration are dug in entering the third week of a partial government shutdown, both branches of government are looking to shape other policy areas in 2019. The Administration is reportedly looking at reforming the Medicaid program and Congress is ramping up its oversight of prescription drug prices.

We cover this and what it will mean for this Congress in this week's preview.
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ML Strategies Health Care Preview - Week of January 7, 2019

January 7, 2019 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

The partial government shutdown is on its 17th day with no end in sight. In this week's preview, we discuss how reaching a solution is challenging for both sides and implications for legislating going forward. We also cover some of the latest polling on health care issues, which may offer a preview into messaging in this space over the next two years.
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ML Strategies Weekly Preview - December 17, 2018

December 17, 2018 | Blog | By Eli Greenspan

This week, Congress is in session for what should be the last week of the 115th Congress. However, the spending fight that has been raging since the last continuing resolution is no closer to being wrapped up than it was a month ago. Additionally, we watch to see if the IMPROVE Act can be finalized this week.

News & Press

ML Strategies Executive VP & Director of Operations Alex Hecht and Manager of Government Relations Eli Greenspan authored this HFMA Advisor article discussing the impact that states transitioning their Medicaid populations into managed care has had on individuals with traumatic brain injuries.
Alex Hecht, ML Strategies Executive Vice President and Director of Operations; Eli Greenspan, ML Strategies Manager of Government of Relations; and Rodney Whitlock, ML Strategies Vice President, authored a Physician Solutions Magazine article discussing growing interest in telemedicine.