Healthfirst Manager, Population Health Strategy in New York, New York
Job Description Summary
The Healthfirst Population Health department synthesizes industry and business trends, reviews regulatory changes and best practices, and makes informed recommendations on clinical and quality initiatives to help Healthfirst reach top quality goals across lines of business. This department works closely with other Healthfirst teams to help the organization achieve top quality performance on key indicators related to clinical care and member experience. The Manager of Population Health Strategy leads organizational efforts to improve Healthfirst's performance on quality rating programs. The Manager will be assigned to support specific product lines such as Medicare, Medicaid, Managed Long Term Care, and Commercial.
This position has a hybrid work location: remote - work from home and working at our New York office located at 100 Church Street, New York, NY.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Leads development, implementation, refinement and monitoring of short- and long-term strategies and initiatives to improve performance on quality rating programs aligned with Healthfirst’s overall corporate strategy. Collaborates closely with Clinical, Pharmacy, Analytics, Enterprise Delivery System, Member Experience, and other key departments across the organization to deliver on initiatives.
Monitors status of current and projected performance on Quality Ratings and analyzes, synthesizes and presents data to senior leadership and quality committees.
Collaborates with stakeholders to identify appropriate provider partners for initiatives that would impact key strategic areas of population heath.
Reviews data to evaluate impact of interventions and to drive continuous performance improvement.
Acts as subject matter expert on assigned Healthfirst quality ratings programs, including program and measure proposals /changes. Communicates with relevant stakeholders on proposed changes and their impact.
Drafts and refines comments to regulatory agencies, measurement bodies, coalitions, and other industry groups about quality ratings programs which incorporate input from organizational stakeholders including internal regulatory department.
Champions our culture of quality by supporting workgroups in improving processes and operations, researching and communicating industry best practices, and recognizing teams and individuals for their contributions to quality.
Additional duties as assigned.
Relevant previous experience such as research, analytics, or project management experience on clinical quality initiatives
Master's degree in a related field
Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment
Supervisory, coaching, or team lead experience. Experience leading cross-functional work groups
Healthcare experience associated with population health outcomes, quality improvement, or policy and analyzing data and making data-driven recommendations for quality improvement
Intermediate/Advanced Excel and Powerpoint skills
Excellent leadership, project and time management, communication, critical/creative thinking and problem-solving skills
Experience working with a hospital, health insurance company, or healthcare focused government agency or non-profit (e.g. DOH)
Familiarity with Business Intelligence and Data Visualization tools (such as Qlikview or Tableau); statistical analysis/analysis software (like SAS, SRSS, R); and/or programming languages (like SQL and VBA)
Please note: Since we care so greatly about our employees' and members' wellbeing, Healthfirst is moving to a fully vaccinated in-office environment. You must be vaccinated to work in our offices, even if you are partially remote. If you are selected to interview for this role, we will explain our vaccination policy and ensure you are comfortable moving forward with further interviews based on your work location.
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