Neal Neuberger is the director of health innovation at BPC. Prior to joining BPC, Neuberger spent twenty-five years as President of Health Tech Strategies, a consulting firm focused on research, development and implementation of emerging health technologies. He was the executive director of the HIMSS Foundation Institute for e-Health Policy for more than seven years and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He served on the American Telemedicine Association’s Board of Directors and was chair of the ATA Policy Committee. With the support of Democratic and Republican members of Congress, Neuberger co-founded the “Capitol Hill Steering Committee on Telehealth and Healthcare Informatics” and nationally, he convened conferences on health information privacy and security after landmark HIPAA legislation was enacted in 1996.
As a senior lobbyist for the America Hospital Association (AHA), Neuberger worked on budget and appropriations issues, as well as leading AHA’s international relief efforts, including coordinating 500 tons of medical relief supplies and equipment to the former Soviet Union. Neuberger later received the highest civilian honor from the U.S. Secret Service for his work to secure donated computer and surveillance equipment to federal investigative agencies following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. His government experience includes serving as health legislative assistant to Representative David R. Obey and working in the Wisconsin state legislature. Neuberger was the youngest person ever elected to the Dane County Board of Supervisors in Madison, Wisconsin. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.