Health Futures

is a government relations, public policy and strategic development firm representing clients in the dynamic new world of predictive and personalized health care. We specialize in navigating the labyrinth of legislators, regulators, health care providers, patient advocates, third-party payers, and journalists who will ultimately determine if innovation succeeds or fails.

CRD Staff

Erika Miller, Senior Vice President & Counsel

Erika A. Miller joined the firm in 2005.  Her practice includes:

  • Physician specialty organizations;
  • Groups interested in Medicare reimbursement and policy;
  • Institutions of higher education and related associations;
  • Biomedical research related interests
  • Health and education appropriations

Erika has expertise in the intricacies of physician reimbursement and the work of the American Medical Association (AMA)/Specialty Society Relative Value Scale Update Committee and provides guidance to clients as they navigate the evolving area of alternative payment models and health care quality initiatives, like the physician quality reporting system, accountable care organizations and the Medicare and Medicaid Incentive Programs. She advocates before the legislative and executive branches to innovate within the health workforce programs, like Title VII, and the Medicare graduate medical education program to ensure that there is a physician workforce available to meet the health needs of Americans.

Erika is a co-author of a chapter entitled, “Lobbying the Appropriations Process” in the American Bar Association Lobbying Manual. A New Jersey native, Erika worked in the office of Congressman Steve Rothman of New Jersey, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, where she handled immigration issues. Erika also worked in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health, where she monitored grant awards. Prior to joining CRD Associates, Erika worked at the lobbying firm of Broydrick & Associates representing health care interests. Erika received her law degree from The American University, where she was an editor of the Administrative Law Review. She earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Colgate University.

You can reach Erika Miller at emiller@dc-crd.com