Health Systems Innovation Lead, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Workforce & Education
Michael McShea is a Health Systems Innovation Lead at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in the Next Generation Care Delivery group of the National Health Mission Area. In this role he works with Navy Medicine, the Defense Health Agency, the Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), Johns Hopkins Medicine, and other Academic Medical Research Organizations and federal agencies on population health, telehealth, clinical decision support, AI, and digital health initiatives.
In addition to his APL position, Mr. McShea joined the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Board of Directors in 2016 and serves on audit and compliance, service quality and operations, and cybersecurity committees, as well as the CareFirst Holdings board which oversees CareFirst’s venture arm HealthWorx. He is also a founding contributor of the Digital Health Collaborative, a cross industry consortium advancing research in personal digital health engagement, and a strategic advisor to multiple early stage digital health companies.
Prior to APL, Mr. McShea was a product management executive in the population health business group at Philips Healthcare, where he managed product portfolios including hospital and home telehealth, population health, care management, and personal digital health solutions. Before Philips Healthcare, he worked in mission critical infrastructure technologies in the satellite, financial services, and aviation industries.