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Joey Wynn has made a career in HIV advocacy, public policy and working in a variety of public health settings over the course of his 22 years in the state of Florida. In 1994, he was involved in the start up of the first Ryan White Outpatient HIV Program (SIS) Dept. at Mercy Hospital in Miami, FL. In 1996 he joined Florida AIDS Action (FLAAC), based in North Miami, it was a statewide advocacy agency providing medical treatment information & education for patients and physicians; with a focus on increasing awareness for funding from the State Legislature for HIV related services, especially the AIDS Insurance Continuation Program by bringing in a multi-bus tour with patients from around the state to the Capitol, resulting in the first million dollars of state funding earmarked for the AICP program as well as additional funding for other HIV projects.
Then he served for 5 years as the Ryan White Patient Care Administrator for the Broward County Health Department's AIDS Program office, overseeing provision of $20 million of HIV services for two clinics, four pharmacies, and seven subcontractor agencies throughout Broward County.
His next step was a five year role in the Statewide Medicaid HIV Disease Management program, Positive Healthcare, as the statewide Community Relations Director. Acting as a liaison with the six HIV Ryan White "Part A" planning bodies across six cities, he worked directly with various HIV service delivery systems of care throughout Florida.
Joey then worked for Broward House for 5 years as the Director of Public Policy. BH is an AIDS Service organization providing the entire spectrum of services for clients: Housing, primary medical care, substance abuse rehabilitation, mental health, and social services for people living with HIV.
He also served four years as a member of the Florida Statewide Medicaid Advisory group. He has worked on various local, State, and Federal Pharmacy formulary panels and workgroups over the past 17 years, and developed a Ryan White Part A funded analysis of Pharmacy efficiency / effectiveness in an evaluation report for the Broward County EMA, comparing Florida EMAs for cost & utilization with the Florida ADAP in 2005.