(French Camp, CA) - Health Plan of San Joaquin (HPSJ) CEO Amy Shin has joined the board of the Oakland-based California Health Care Safety Net Institute (SNI), the research and quality improvement affiliate of the California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (CAPH).
quality improvement partner, SNI
designs and directs programs that accelerate the spread of innovative practices among California's public hospitals, public clinics and beyond.
Shin, whose Health Plan of San Joaquin is a member of CAPH, said she is eager to contribute her service to the SNI board "because our work on behalf of the diverse communities of San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties mirrors SNI's mission to make sure more people - especially those most affected by health disparities - receive effective, efficient and respectful health care regardless of their ability to pay."
In May, Shin
second anniversary as CEO of Health Plan of San Joaquin
leadership, HPSJ's membership has grown by over 50 percent.
has 20 years of progressive Medicare, Medicaid and commercial managed care leadership experience, with an emphasis on strategic planning, policy development and program implementation.
has demonstrated leadership, research and analysis, financing, and program implementation and evaluation expertise.
At San Francisco-based On Lok Lifeways® - the founder of the now nationwide PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) - as the Chief Administrative Officer, Shin
grew enrollment by 20 percent, implemented an integrated medical and long-term care electronic medical record initiative, developed a new product line - a Medicare Advantage Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan, and implemented Medicare Part D.
Shin, who has a Pharm.D. from the University of Southern California, also serves on these nonprofits boards as part of her commitment to community betterment:
Photo: Amy Shin (photo credit: Health Plan of San Joaquin, January 2015)