“Shawn is a proven health care policy leader and advocate with experience in Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurance as well as payment and delivery system transformation,” said Elizabeth Mitchell, PBGH President and CEO.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) March 03, 2020
Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) is pleased to announce Shawn Gremminger as Director, Health Policy beginning on March 16, 2020. Gremminger brings extensive policy analysis and government relations expertise to PBGH, where he will help accelerate our vision of improving health outcomes, patient experience, and affordability for consumers and purchasers.
“Shawn is a proven health care policy leader and advocate with experience in Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurance as well as payment and delivery system transformation,” said Elizabeth Mitchell, PBGH President and CEO. “He is known as an effective consensus builder with significant experience building and leading action-oriented coalitions. We’re very pleased to have him on the PBGH team.”
Gremminger joins PBGH from Families USA, where he was Senior Director, Federal Relations. In that position, he led all federal-government interactions and directed the launch of Families USA’s new health care value initiative, Consumers First. Gremminger previously served as Director of Legislative Affairs, America’s Essential Hospitals; and Associate Director, Federal Legislative Affairs, Children’s Hospital Association.
Gremminger achieved a Master of Public Policy from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, V.A.
About Pacific Business Group on Health.
Pacific Business Group on Health is an action-oriented 501c(3) non-profit organization focused on improving health outcomes, experience and affordability for consumers and purchasers across the United States. Since 1989, PBGH has distinguished itself as a national innovator driven by some of the largest and most influential public and private purchasers of health care in the country, including Boeing, CalPERS, Comcast, Intel, and Walmart. PBGH leverages purchaser action in partnership with providers, payers, and policymakers to identify, test, and scale innovative models for improving health outcomes and affordability.