James Romano is the founder of Care & Cure Partners. Care & Cure Partners works to advance the advocacy, nonprofit, fundraising and government relations needs of our clients. James has over 25 years’ experience working with nonprofit organizations in a government relations and advocacy capacity. Throughout his eventful career, James has worked for a Member of Congress, nonprofit organizations and a Washington, DC lobbying firm. James brings this experience to the benefit of the Care & Cure Partners clients.
James began his career in patient advocacy at the age of 19. As a freshman in college, James skipped class and went to Capitol Hill, where he advocated for the passage of the Ricky Ray Hemophilia Relief Fund Act (Public Law 105-369) on behalf of the Hemophilia Community and his family members with the blood clotting disorder. Because of his family members with rare and chronic conditions. James devoted his professional life to advancing public to removing barriers to access of needed health care.
In 2005, James became the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy at Patient Services Incorporated. From that position, James built relationships with multiple state and federal policymakers as well as nonprofit organizations. James focused on issues involving health insurance coverage and access to treatments and therapies including promoting the charitable assistance model. James is an expert on patient assistance issues and can guide patient advocacy groups through that process.
James and the Care & Cure Partners team can assist with building your advocacy community and advancing the agenda and legislative goals of your organization.
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