Washington State Department of Health Recruiting Health Service Consultant IV
The health services consultant IV (quality improvement coordinator) supports the department's mission by assisting rural hospitals and other health care providers to improve the health care they provide to rural residents by participating in the Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Program (MBQIP) and population health improvement initiatives. This position provides assistance on how to report and use clinical and population health indicator data to identify processes and outcomes in need of improvement, assists with implementation of interventions and evidence-based practices to contribute to meeting the Flex Program goals and the Triple Aim – better care, better health, lower costs – in rural communities, and reduce health disparities and serves as the senior health consultant for rural hospital improvement. To apply, click here.
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Service Seeking PRAMS Project Coordinator
The PRAMS project coordinator is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of the CDC Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Systems (PRAMS) grant collaboration with internal and external partners. This position oversees data collection and management procedures of the State PRAMS survey, including ensuring the quality and timeliness of the data and preparation and dissemination of reports. This position reports to the MCHS SSDI program planner III. To apply, click here.
Division of Research Director Position in the Office of Epidemiology and Research at the Maternal and Child Health Bureau
The Health Resources and Services Administration Office of Epidemiology in Rockville, MD is seeking a supervisory health care administrator. Duties include supervising an interdisciplinary staff of professionals, identifying and establishing long and short-range research objectives; develop and establish national program policies; organize and stimulate new research efforts; and identify growing needs and establish priorities for MCH research. Other job duties include establishing and implementing program goals and policies, monitoring funding for grants, review legislative proposals relating to MCH workforce development, create new methods for measuring program progress, monitor developments from clinical observations, and identify scientific developments in the field of MCH. To apply, click here.
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