When the emerging financial technology industry –FinTech- came under assault from a Justice Department initiative that was cutting off financial services to legal industries known as “Operation Choke Point”, we helped lead a successful bipartisan government relations coalition that eventually led to multiple hearings, bipartisan Congressional letters and legislation introduced to stop these actions in the future.
When a group of freestanding medical facilities faced a $3 billion cut in Medicare reimbursement that would have been unsustainable for many providers, we helped to defeat the cut and achieve a much-needed period of stability for the sector. The Patient Access and Medicare Protection Act, P.L. 114 – 115, was critical to achieving a multi-year period of stability for the sector as more innovative and stable payment reforms are developed.
As one of the founders of Senate Majority PAC in 2012, Jake Perry played as central role in establishing one of the first Super PACs organized for the sole purpose of raising and spending money to defend the Democrat's Majority in 2012. Under Jake's leadership, Senate Majority PAC raised over $62 million dollars and Democrats remained in the majority.