Andrew Jongmin Shin, JD, MPH, MBA
Mass General Brigham
Andy Shin, JD, MPH, MBA, is the Senior Vice President of Strategy at Mass General Brigham. In this role, he is responsible for shaping and advancing the strategy for one of the nation’s largest integrated academic health systems and leading biomedical research organizations in the world. Mass General Brigham also serves as a principal teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
Andy has held leadership positions across the social, public, and private sectors in strategy, operations, business development, and policy roles. He formed and led the American Hospital Association (AHA) Center for Health Innovation- the combined health services research, performance improvement, data solutions, advisory, and commercial business units of the AHA, including the AHA Innovation Venture Fund. Earlier, Andy served on the team that launched the CMS Innovation Center (CMMI) from its inception, eventually leading the stakeholder engagement group. As a health policy fellow for the Energy and Commerce Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives, he supported the development of federal health reform legislation leading up to passage of the Affordable Care Act. He also has experience as a consultant, investment analyst, and officer in the United States Air Force.
Andy currently serves as faculty for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Catalyst Program, a collaborative initiative increasing the potential of innovative biomedical research from MIT to benefit society and the economy. He is a former Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship with the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard University and currently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Population Health Management and as a Board of Trustees member for Cooley Dickinson Hospital, located in western Massachusetts.