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Appendix B: Planning Committee Biographies
Pages 139-144

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From page 139...
... Dr Sundwall has extensive experience in federal government and n ­ ational health policy, including: Chairman of the CDC's Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee; Chairman of the Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME) ; Administrator, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
From page 140...
... Prior to joining ORHP, Brand led efforts to plan and implement the State Planning Grant Program, which helped states explore options in providing health care coverage for their uninsured residents. She also coordinated HRSA's efforts to implement the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)
From page 141...
... Finocchio manages projects focused on state and county programs for the uninsured, access to oral health services, public insurance enrollment, health providers' scopes of practice, and children's coverage issues. Prior to joining CHCF, Finocchio worked as a health policy and ­research consultant specializing in health services program design and development,
From page 142...
... He has worked as associate director at the Institute for Health Policy Solutions in San Mateo, California; as a principal policy associate at Children Now in Oakland, California; and as associate director for state programs at the University of California, San Francisco's Center for the Health Professions. Finocchio received a doctor of public health, with a concentration in health policy, from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a master's degree in public health from the University of California, Los Angeles.
From page 143...
... Since joining the Center in 1997, Mertz has researched and published on a broad range of health professions workforce policy and analysis issues, as well as managed and taught in a number of leadership training and development courses for health care professionals. She is currently the director of the UCSF Pharmacy Leadership Institute and the principal investigator on a health care workforce research project exploring new care delivery models.

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