On Tuesday, January 9th, Phillip Waters, JD, of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation at Harvard Law School presented on: “Hepatitis C: The State of Medicaid Access”
Phil joined the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation in October 2016 as a Clinical Fellow. His work focuses on advocating nationally to expand access to Hepatitis C cures in Medicaid and other health programs, collaborating with partners in the South to address health disparities, and keeping the community abreast of health policy reform proposals as they develop. Phil received his J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law, and is an active member of the North Carolina State Bar. During law school, Phil pursued various experiential opportunities in health law and public interest, including working as a summer associate with the National Health Law Program and serving as an extern for Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Medical-Legal Partnership. While at UNC, Phil worked for three years as a volunteer Healthcare Navigator and oversaw training and coordination of volunteer navigators from UNC with Legal Aid of North Carolina.