Brett Meeks is Vice President at Horizon Government Affairs and represents clients and coalitions working to improve the delivery of health care through technology and innovation.
Brett has worked for the Center for Medical Interoperability, a non-profit research lab in Nashville seeking to connect medical devices and other technologies through a common platform to improve care. Prior to moving to Nashville, Brett served as Deputy Health Policy Director on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions for Chairman Lamar Alexander of Tennessee where he wrote, negotiated, and oversaw passage of several federal health care laws, including the 21st Century Cures Act.
He has over eight years of experience in the U.S. Senate and has also spent time working in a wide range of health care law and policy positions, including a small physician practice, a large research hospital, a small litigation firm, and a health policy consultancy. Brett is a graduate of the University of Virginia, the National Defense University, and the University of Mississippi School of Law.