Neal Neuberger is President of Health Tech Strategies, LLC, a Virginia-based consulting firm focused on the public and private sector policy environment with regard to research, development and implementation of emerging health care technologies.
Health Tech Strategies provides government and commercial clients with a comprehensive understanding of the many public policy and other external circumstances which can help shape the market for their services and products.
Mr. Neuberger has twenty years of experience in health policy, systems development and communications. He is a national expert on telecommunications policy and program implementation for applications in health care. He speaks and writes frequently on subjects related to state and national telemedicine policy, security and privacy of health information, and the emerging business environment for the health technology fields.
He has been Director of International Programs for the American Hospital Association, gaining the involvement of more than 500 U.S. hospitals in overseas medical relief efforts. He has also served as a founding board member of the American International Health Alliance, helping to manage a $20 million U.S. AID cooperative agreement to establish clinical exchanges between major academic health centers in the U.S. and hospitals in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Mr. Neuberger was also a senior lobbyist before Congress for AHA, coordinating and executing Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and other policy strategies before the Budget and Appropriations Committees. As a legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. David R. Obey (WI) on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education, he helped conduct many congressional hearings concerning operation and funding of agencies of the Dept. of Health and Human Services and Dept. of Labor.
He has worked for a major committee of the Wisconsin Legislature with oversight responsibility for 58 state agencies, served as coordinator of health planning programs and as a lobbyist for the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, and was elected twice to the Dane County Board of Supervisors in Madison, Wisconsin where he served as the youngest elected official in the state.