Adam Delmolino, Director, State Government Advocacy, Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association

Adam Delmolino is the Director of State Government Advocacy for the Massachusetts Hospital Association (MHA). In this capacity, Adam tracks, analyzes, and advocates on any legislation regarding hospitals and the health care industry, with a particular emphasis on healthcare payment & delivery reform, telemedicine coverage, pharmacy practices, and nursing issues. 

Prior to joining the non-profit sector, Adam served in a number of different roles in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, most recently as a Research Analyst for State Representative Daniel E. Bosley (D-North Adams) and the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies. He also served as Staff Director in the office of former State Representative Peter J. Larkin (D-Pittsfield), Assistant Vice-Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. Delmolino, 42, also served as a research analyst, legislative aide and constituent aide in Larkin’s office when he served on the: House Ways and Means Committee; Education, Arts & Humanities Committee, Commerce & Labor Committee; and Taxation Committee. He started his career in politics as an intern in the office of the Mayor Gerald S. Doyle, Jr. of Pittsfield, MA. 

During his first two post-collegiate years, Delmolino served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Northwest as a Home Living Assistant and Religious Education Teacher at the Paschal Sherman Indian School on the Colville Indian Reservation in Omak, WA. He is a graduate of the Harvard University Extension School, where he received a graduate Certificate in Management (CM). Delmolino also holds a B.A. in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross, where he studied abroad during his junior year at the Universitá di Firenze in Florence, Italy. He is currently the Chair of the Town of Arlington’s Board of Library Trustees, coaches First Grade soccer for the Arlington Soccer Club, participates as a group leader in the Pre-Cana program at St. Eulalia’s Church in Winchester, MA, and is a member of the Massachusetts Audubon Society and the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress. He is married to his wife, Tracy Scatterday, and has two daughters, Nora, age 7, and Grace, who is 2.

Adam Delmolino will give an An Overview of Healthcare Advocacy in Massachusetts at MaHIMA’s Dot Wagg meeting on November 3, 2017.  REGISTER HERE.