Steward Health Care System names new chief strategy officer: 5 notes

Boston-based Steward Health Care System tapped Ruben Jose King-Shaw, Jr. to serve as chief strategy officer, effective June 18.

Here are five notes:

1. Mr. King-Shaw has worked in healthcare-facing roles for the last three presidential administrations. Over the past year, he has advised the Trump Administration on healthcare policy.

2. He served on the Obama Administration's Program Advisory and Oversight Committee, and he was COO and deputy administrator of CMS during the administration of President George W. Bush.

3. He was previously executive director of Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.

4. Mr. King-Shaw served on Steward's board of directors but stepped once appointed to his new role.

5. As chief strategy officer, he will oversee public policy, government relations, Steward's insurance company TRACO as well as the expansion of Steward's integrated accountable care model into new markets in Latin America.

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