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Posted on August 2, 2018
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The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) seeks an exceptional Program Associate to support the performance management and evaluation of HPC’s health care delivery grant investment programs. This is a terrific opportunity for a health care professional to support program development, operations, and evaluation of nationally recognized grant investment programs, totaling more than $21 million.
The successful applicant will work with HPC’s Strategic Investment Department to further the implementation and evaluation of care delivery transformation awards. The Program Associate will support program operations and evaluation through collection, management, visualization, and interpretation of performance data.
Candidates should be comfortable organizing quantitative and qualitative data, conducting analysis, writing about research findings, and working both independently and as part of a team. A strong candidate will have experience with research or program evaluation, and be motivated to learn additional research methods as needed.
Duties of this position may include, at minimum:
Experience working in a public department or agency will be strongly considered. Salary is commensurate with experience. The HPC may adjust title and responsibilities depending on the experience, education, and expertise of the individual selected.
As employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Health Policy Commission staff are offered a great career opportunity working toward the goal of better health and better care at a lower cost across the Commonwealth – but it's more than just a paycheck. The state's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which should be considered toward overall compensation, including:
The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC), established in 2012, is an independent state agency charged with monitoring health care spending growth in Massachusetts and providing data-driven policy recommendations regarding health care delivery and payment system reform. Key activities include setting the health care cost growth benchmark; monitoring provider and payer performance relative to the health care cost growth benchmark; creating standards for care delivery systems that are accountable to better meet patients’ medical, behavioral, and social needs; analyzing the impact of health care market transactions on cost, quality, and access; and investing in community health care delivery and innovations. The HPC's 11-member Board provides oversight to the activities of the agency.
The HPC is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.