Bobby is a principal with Myers and Stauffer and a partner on the Pharmacy engagement team. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in the health care industry and specializes in public health law and policy. Bobby’s work focuses on federal Medicaid waivers and state plan amendments; administrative rulemaking; delivery system reform; managed care; long term services and supports; and, in recent years, pharmaceutical reimbursement.
Since joining the firm, Bobby has worked with both state and federal government clients. He has assisted states in securing and implementing federal authority for initiatives related to delivery system reform; behavioral health and substance use disorders; home and community-based services; and managed care. He also supports several state Maximum Allowable Cost and Average Acquisition Cost programs for brand, multiple-source, and over-the-counter drugs, as well as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) National Average Drug Acquisition Cost (NADAC) benchmark. He currently serves as a firm-wide resource for federal legislation and Medicaid flexibilities related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to joining Myers and Stauffer, Bobby served as a Senior Consultant with SVC, Inc., where he counseled clients on a variety of matters including Medicaid waivers; managed care; statutory and regulatory compliance; and public health program design and implementation. He also served as interim Chief Executive Officer at Managed Emergency Surge for Healthcare, Inc. (MESH), a nationally recognized health care coalition in Indianapolis, and spent eight years as a Strategic Planning Specialist at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois.
Bobby holds Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health degrees, both with concentrations in health law and policy. Bobby is an attorney licensed in the State of Indiana and is a member of the Indiana State Bar and the American Health Lawyers Associations. Bobby does not provide legal services to Myers and Stauffer clients. Any advice and/or communications between Bobby and Myers and Stauffer clients will not be afforded the protection typically afforded under the attorney-client privilege. He also currently holds an adjunct faculty position at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and IUPUI, where he instructs graduate students on health care and public health emergency preparedness.