Elizabeth M. Shea is a healthcare advocate with extensive experience in management, strategic planning, research and policy analysis, particularly in the area of developmental disabilities. Ms. Shea has managed and directed large reforms within developmental disabilities systems throughout New Jersey and has demonstrated an extensive leadership role with legislators, legislative staff, the provider community, families, and various stakeholder groups. She has extensive subject matter expertise in the areas of federal and state Medicaid, including 1915(c) and 1115(i) Medicaid waiver programs; affordable housing policies and programs; rate setting for state-funded programs; care management for unique populations; and how to safely transition individuals with complex needs from institutional settings to home and community-based settings. Her work has included research and analysis of policy issues, bill-tracking and bill drafting, coalition-building, grant writing and grant management.
As Vice President of Porzio Compliance Services, she is instrumental in the design and implementation of comprehensive compliance, training and ethics programs for colleges and universities, health care facilities, and disability providers and organizations. She provides support to the these entities in various compliance areas, offering highly technical compliance expertise in a more efficient manner.