Hannah Murphy joined the Coalition for 21st Century Medicine as its first Executive Director in October of 2017. Prior to joining the Coalition, Hannah was a Government Affairs Consultant at the University of California, San Francisco and spent nearly six years working in the United States House of Representatives. Hannah directed healthcare policy for Representative Anna G. Eshoo (D- Silicon Valley, CA), a senior member of the Energy and Commerce Committee, which has jurisdiction over drug and device regulation and public health. Hannah was instrumental in the drafting and passage of the Strengthening Public Health Emergency Response Act [Public Law No: 114-255], which improves U.S. biodefense and preparedness for chemical, radiological, biological, and nuclear threats. Raised in Sacramento, California, Hannah graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from CSU, Chico. When not at work, Hannah enjoys volunteering in the hospital and training for marathons.
New federal rules are driving significant shifts in development and marketing of “follow-on” CDx and “Co-CDx”/novel therapeutics and immuno-therapies. The panel will discuss the rapidly evolving regulatory and reimbursement landscape and the impact of new FDA and CMS policies on investor/company approaches to managing companion diagnostic development risk.