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Applications accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Senior Manager, Investment Impact and Evaluation
The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) seeks applications for a Senior Manager for Investment Impact and Evaluation.
Promotion of high quality, efficient care in the care delivery system is a major focus of Chapter 224 of the Acts of 2012, the Commonwealth’s landmark health care cost containment bill. Work to lead this transition is underway among public and private payers and the provider community. Given the central importance of health care system transformation to the mission of Massachusetts health care reform, supporting this area of work is a core policy priority for the HPC.
Reporting to the Deputy Director for System Performance and Strategic Investment, the Senior Manager will be responsible for designing and leading the evaluation of two multi-year investment programs operated by the agency, the Community Hospital Acceleration, Revitalization and Transformation (CHART) Investment Program and the Innovation Investment Program. These programs total more than $120 million in investments.
As the HPC’s internal evaluation expert, the Senior Manager will design and execute on a comprehensive evaluation agenda, including the development of an evaluation framework, design of studies, data analysis and interpretation, and reporting of evaluation results. In conjunction with the programs’ operations teams, the Senior Manager will design mechanisms for performance monitoring to promote rapid-cycle improvement, management to program goals and efficiency in operations.
The Senior Manager will further support design and implementation of evaluation of other HPC care delivery initiatives such as patient centered medical home and accountable care organization certification programs and other care delivery and quality improvement responsibilities.
Program Assistant, Office of Patient Protection
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The Office of Patient Protection seeks a Program Assistant to assist with the duties outlined above, by communicating directly with consumers who are seeking external review of health plan decisions, open enrollment waivers, or other information related to health insurance. The Program Assistant will help to process external review and waiver requests. The Program Assistant will also be responsible for working with the OPP Director to collect and organize data, and will help develop systems for analyzing data and generating reports.
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