Congressional representative Allyson Y. Schwartz, former U.S. House Representative from Pennsylvania (2005-2015) and founding President and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance (BMA), is a longtime nationally recognized healthcare policy leader. She drove physician payment reform, encouraging value over volume and primary care. She also helped advance research, innovation, and technology. Under her leadership, BMA improved outcomes and lowered costs for 30 million beneficiaries. Schwartz has an impressive background in healthcare governance. Before BMA and serving in Congress, she held a variety of notable roles, including Commissioner of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, Pennsylvania State Senator, and Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Health and Housing Task Force.
Allyson Y. Schwartz