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Juliet Johnson

Juliet Johnson is a deputy vice president of public affairs at PhRMA focusing on federal advocacy communications. Prior to joining PhRMA, Juliet was most recently the Director of Communications at CMS. She previously worked for a senior Member of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, and she has spent a number of years at large public affairs firms providing strategic communications counsel, coalition management and media relations to clients. Outside the office, Juliet enjoys long dinners with friends, SoulCycle, SEC football, her golden retriever Shiloh and a good scotch.

Recent Posts

Speaker Pelosi’s drug pricing plan could result in 56 fewer new medicines over 10 years

By Juliet Johnson  |    November 21, 2019
A new analysis from economic consulting firm Vital Transformation shows that Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing plan, H.R.3, could result in at least 56 fewer innovative medicines for patients...   Read More

What you should know: Government arbitration is the wrong way to change Medicare

By Juliet Johnson  |    June 10, 2019
As Washington looks to make changes to Medicare, there are right ways and wrong ways to address the challenges patients face. In recent weeks, policymakers have discussed imposing government...   Read More

New “Prescription for Medicare” campaign focuses on impacts of wrong and right solutions for Medicare

By Juliet Johnson  |    March 6, 2019
Today, we are launching the “Prescription for Medicare” campaign which focuses on ensuring that changes made to Medicare are the right prescription for seniors. There’s a lot of talk in Washington...   Read More

PhRMA comments to administration on Medicare Part D proposed rule

By Juliet Johnson  |    January 25, 2019
Today, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) submitted comments in response to the CMS proposed rule, “Modernizing Part D and Medicare Advantage to Lower Drug Prices and...   Read More

New research shows changes to the six protected classes would harm most vulnerable patients and are unnecessary

By Juliet Johnson  |    January 24, 2019
In Medicare Part D, the six protected classes policy protects vulnerable seniors and low-income beneficiaries with serious and complex health conditions, while also allowing Part D insurance plans...   Read More

Keep the Six Protected Classes, protected

By Juliet Johnson  |    January 22, 2019
Medicare Part D has been successfully providing seniors with comprehensive drug coverage for more than a decade, and one of the cornerstones of the program has been to ensure the sickest and most...   Read More

Experts agree: the Bipartisan Budget Act changes to Medicare Part D jeopardize the program

By Juliet Johnson  |    September 24, 2018
The changes made to Part D in the Bipartisan Budget Act (BBA) that passed in February threaten the program’s successful competitive structure. While these changes closed the donut hole a year...   Read More

What if a couple of small fixes could protect seniors in the donut hole and save them money on out-of-pocket costs?

By Juliet Johnson  |    September 13, 2018
Right now, Congress has the opportunity to make two small fixes that will protect seniors in the Medicare Part D donut hole and save them money on out-of-pocket costs for their medicines.  These...   Read More

Medicare Part D cliff ahead

By Juliet Johnson  |    June 21, 2018
Medicare Part D has been providing seniors with access to prescription drug coverage that meets their needs for more than a decade. Today, more than 42 million people are enrolled in Part D and 90...   Read More

Part D cliff looms for seniors, as program stability could be in jeopardy

By Juliet Johnson  |    June 18, 2018
For more than a decade, Medicare Part D has successfully provided seniors comprehensive prescription drug coverage that meets their needs, while its market-based structure has kept overall program...   Read More

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