Andrew J. Shin, JD, MPH

Senior Director, Policy and Strategic Partnerships

Andrew Shin joined the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare following numerous senior level roles in health care policy and public affairs that span federal government, research/academia and the private sector.

Andrew’s responsibilities include engaging public and private stakeholders to develop innovative initiatives that strengthen the patient-caregiver relationship. He also leads the Schwartz Center’s thought leadership strategy to raise broader awareness around the role of compassionate care as an essential element of high quality health care systems.

Prior to joining the Schwartz Center, Andrew was Director, Health Policy and Life Sciences with ML Strategies. As a consultant for a diverse group of clients ranging from medical technology companies to industry trade groups, he developed strategies to influence policies around health care payment, quality and innovation.

Andrew has substantial experience with federal health care reform efforts stemming from his time serving on the Energy and Commerce Committee staff during the development of the Affordable Care Act and helping to launch the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) where he assumed the role of Acting Director for Stakeholder Engagement.

Andrew was also named a Reynolds Foundation Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship in the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.