Bill Gradison, Jr.

Bill Gradison, Jr. served nine terms in Congress as a member from Ohio, where he was the ranking member of the House Budget Committee and the ranking member on the Health Subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee. Prior to that, he was the assistant to the secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, the assistant to the under secretary of the Treasury, and mayor of Cincinnati. Since leaving Congress, he has been president of the Health Insurance Association of America, a member of the audit committee for Project HOPE, and the senior public policy counselor at Patton Boggs. Currently he is a Commissioner on MedPAC, the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission.