Quality Improvement Program Coordinator: Quality Payment Programs in our Woburn, MA office
Will be a member of our regional value-based payment team, working with providers, vendors, and other partners.
Healthcentric Advisors is a non-profit consulting, research, education, analytical, and project management organization specializing in healthcare quality improvement and patient safety. In addition to serving as the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) contractor for New England, Healthcentric Advisors is engaged by national and local government agencies, foundations, educational institutions, healthcare providers, research organizations and other private and community entities.
We are seeking an individual with the following skills:
- Self-directed, flexible, and ability to coordinate multiple programs
- Results oriented strategic thinker
- Ability to interact with multi-disciplinary stakeholders
- Effective communicator (both written and face to face)
- Collaborative team player
The Quality Payment Program Coordinator will be a member of our regional value-based payment team, working with providers, vendors, and other partners across Massachusetts to ensure all eligible clinicians have access to MACRA/MIPS education and are prepared for the upcoming payment reform.
Local travel is required
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Coordinate and lead tasks, ensuring the day-to-day assignments are completed.
- Organize and facilitate meetings, including the creation of agendas and preparation of materials, and program collateral.
- Provide on-site and remote support to assist eligible clinicians, as they transition to MACRA/MIPS.
- Focus on dissemination of MACRA/MIPS marketing and education.
- Serve as a resource for both internal and external partners.
- Develop reports and other deliverables.
- Prepare and provide presentations.
- Represent Healthcentric Advisors with all applicable external clients.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in education or health care related field is required. A master’s degree is preferred.
- One to three years’ health care experience is required.
- Experience with health care quality improvement is required.
- Experience working with quality metrics for the physician office care setting is required.
- Understanding of value-based payment models is preferred.
- Understanding of adult learning and instructional design principles is preferred.