Politico Playbook

Association of Cancer Executives Annual Meeting | February 9, 2021

Jennifer Bell, founding partner, previewed what 2021 looks like for drug pricing, 340B, and oncology care at the annual meeting of the Association of Cancer Executives.

POLITICO Influence | February 9, 2021

Chamber Hill has hired Ariel Gonzalez as a principal and leading Democrat for the firm. He was most recently senior vice president of public policy and government relations for the March of Dimes.

Politico Playbook | February 9, 2021

Ariel Gonzalez is joining Chamber Hill Strategies as a principal. He most recently was head of government affairs for March of Dimes, and is an AARP alum.

131 & Counting: Women Congressional Staff and Women in Public Policy Retreat | October 2, 2019

Jennifer Bell, founding partner, presented during “Women at the Helm,” a featured discussion about women going out on their own to open policy shops.  The organization 131 & Counting brings together women congressional staff and women policy professionals to discuss insights into organizational diversity both on and off the Hill; the proliferation of women-owned firms and contractors; and navigate how gender matters in policy areas once mostly exclusive to men.

Federal Health Policy: How It May Affect Your Oncology Program | June 5, 2019

Jennifer Bell, founding partner, along with the oncology strategic planning team at ECG Management Consultants, discussed the evolving reimbursement environment for oncology practices and presented practical solutions in this hour-long webinar.

Medscape: How Can Physicians Use Their Voices to Make an Impact on Healthcare? (VIDEO) | May 10, 2019

In this video, Dr. Alok Patel interviews Jennifer Bell, founding partner, on how physicians can make their voices heard with government officials.  According to Bell, “The federal government has a huge role in paying and regulating healthcare. If your voice isn’t out there, you’re going to take whatever you get. The government is going to decide for you, whether they have your input or not. I’d say that 2020 is not the last time that we need your voice, but it is such a critical year.”