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Amy Shin

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Amy Shin

Health Plan Director
On Lok SeniorHealth
Expertise: 
health care plan management
pharmaceutical care, development, sales and marketing
clinical operations of public HMOs
strategic planning and operations management
contract negotiations
information systems

Biography

On Lok SeniorHealth is a comprehensive health plan that provides long-term care for eligible seniors living in San Francisco and Fremont. The program offers full medical care and support services with the goal of helping seniors live at home and in the community for as long as possible. Ms. Amy Shin has considerable executive-level health plan management experience. Most recently serving as senior vice president of professional services at the Pharmaceutical Care Network in Sacramento, Ms. Shin oversaw the operations of multi-disciplinary functional areas, including the company's product development, decision support programs, and sales and marketing strategies. Prior to that, Ms. Shin served as senior director at the Alameda Alliance for Health, where she directed the internal clinical operations of the public HMO and implemented a new line of commercial business. In addition to her experience in healthcare plan management, Ms. Shin has an extensive background in operations management, contract negotiations, information systems and strategic planning. Ms. Shin holds a B.A. in microbiology and immunology from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Southern California. She completed her general residency with an emphasis in administration at the University of California Irvine Medical Center.

1333 Bush Street
San Francisco  California  94109
United States
Office Phone: 
(415) 292-8888
Office Fax: 
(415) 292-8745

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