Dan Todd is the Principal of Todd Strategy, LLC, a consulting firm founded in 2014 and based in Washington, DC. The key service offerings include legislative and regulatory strategic guidance and advocacy for health care stakeholders impacted by Federal health care programs. Prior to Todd Strategy, Dan was a Senior Health care Counsel for the Republican staff of the Senate Finance Committee, the Committee of jurisdiction for the Medicare and Medicaid programs. His areas of responsibility for the Committee included the Medicare Part B program and the Prescription Drug Benefit (Part D).
Before joining the Finance Committee, Dan spent several years in the biotechnology industry, where he led policy development to achieve meaningful wins for his organizations. Dan represented his companies’ interests with major trade associations such as PhRMA and BIO, before federal and state representatives, as well as with key stakeholders such as physician and patient advocacy organizations. Dan also served as a Special Assistant in the Office of the Administrator at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the federal agency charged with the operation of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. While at CMS, Dan worked on Medicare Part B and Part D issues during the implementation of the Medicare Modernization Act from 2003-2005. Dan has a B.A. from Georgetown University and a J.D. from The Catholic University of America.