Christopher Adamec

Christopher Adamec serves as the Director of Policy for the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC).  In this role, he convenes the PCPCC membership to influence, analyze, and respond to changes in the legislative and regulatory landscape.  PCPCC’s collective membership serves as a key voice in advocating for policies and programs to make primary care more robust and patient centered.

Chris previously served as Director of Policy at the Healthcare Leadership Council (HLC), a coalition of chief executives of the nation’s leading healthcare companies and organizations.  In that role, he worked to convene issue experts from all sectors of healthcare and built consensus on a broad range of health policy issues.  He also worked with members to implement strategies that have been effective in educating and influencing the policies of both Congress and the Administration.

Prior to joining HLC, Chris worked for a leading patient organization where he advocated for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families.  A notable achievement in this role was participation in efforts leading to the passage of P.L. 111-375, The National Alzheimer’s Project Act.  Chris also worked on Capitol Hill, for the State of Michigan, and on several political campaigns.

Chris earned his Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and his Bachelor of Arts from Alma College in Michigan.

Go to top