McAllister & Quinn provides grant consulting, government relations, and Federal policy analysis for hospitals, health systems and academic medical centers.
We offer strategic guidance in areas such as Federal grants, healthcare policy, regulatory response, program assessment, and assisting healthcare providers in managing a complex relationship with the federal government. Our team comprises former senior Federal government professionals and experienced health policy experts in the field.
Who We Serve
McAllister & Quinn supports healthcare providers, hospital systems and academic medical centers with grant consulting and proposal development services. Our firm also specializes in providing tailored government relations strategies and in-depth policy analysis.
McAllister & Quinn Managing Partner, Andy Quinn talks about how hospitals and health systems can improve their grant funding success rates.
As a general matter, health providers seeking Federal funding experience about a ten percent success rate. By following McAllister & Quinn’s innovative approach to grant seeking and government relations, our clients on average have tripled their rate of success in seeking federal grants, and in some cases have seen a quadrupling of their success rates.
Each year, billions in funding is available to hospitals and health systems through competitive grant programs
McAllister & Quinn is regarded as the most well-respected Federal grant consulting firm for hospitals, health systems, and academic medical centers. We have a proven record of helping health care clients identify, pursue, and obtain Federal funding for key priorities.
Chronic Disease Prevention
Nursing Education & Training
Behavioral & Mental Health Services
Patent Centered Care
Infectious Disease Research
Promoting Health Equity
Training of Healthcare Professionals
Research to Improve Lives of Service Members
Maternal & Child Health
Combating the Opioid Crisis
Health Resources & Services
McAllister & Quinn Summary FY22 Budget
In the past month, the President signed into law the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Omnibus Bill that funds the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and released his budget request for FY23. FY22 funding levels for the HHS sub-agencies listed below represent some of the most significant funding increases in recent history.
McAllister & Quinn soars past $1 billion milestone in federal grants for clients
McAllister & Quinn has succeeded in securing more than $1 billion in competitive grant funding for their clients. McAllister and Quinn says the achievement reflects the strength and depth of their collaborations with their clients, winning grants from across a broad range of federal agencies, foundations, and other funding sources.
McAllister & Quinn Summary: HHS House Bill Impact on Hospitals & Health Systems
On July 29, 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives approved its version of the spending bill that will fund the…
Getting Started with HRSA
The Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) is a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services. HRSA…
Director of Federal Affairs
Healthcare Research Analyst
Healthcare and Government Relations Research Analyst
Managing Director, Team Leader
Senior Strategic Advisor
Managing Director of Grants