Peter Shin, PhD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at George Washington University and Gibson Program in Community Health Policy and RCHN Foundation Research Director. Dr. Shin has over 25 years of experience in directing, managing, and conducting projects similar in scope and nature to those expected under IDIQ contracts for both federal agencies and private funders. He brings solid, combined expertise and skills in program evaluation and policy research that are essential for rigorous studies and analyses. Dr. Shin focuses on the study of community health systems and integration of care for vulnerable populations and is author of over 100 health policy reports and articles on access to care, the health are safety net, medically underserved populations, health care financing, workforce and health information technology. His current projects include identifying innovative health center payments and care delivery, enhancing community engagement in translational research, assessing impact of policy reforms (federal and state) and application of federal guidelines and recommendations (e.g., PCMH/HIT, family planning services). He teaches courses in analytic methods and public health leadership and is an expert in the management and analysis of data, regulatory and policy analysis, community-based participatory research, and qualitative and quantitative evaluations and has provided technical assistance to federal state agencies and stakeholder organizations. He has also presented his works to government agencies, nonprofits, and professional organizations, here and internationally.
Dr. Shin has developed and directs a number of courses, including online versions of public health management and policy analysis and fundamentals of health policy courses