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Jobs at the American College of Physicians (ACP)

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Explore the possibility of a career at ACP! The American College of Physicians is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to age, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity, national origin, parental status, handicap or disability, or Vietnam-era veteran status or any other military status, political affiliation, or any non-merit based factor.

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Open Positions

 

Grant Administrator

Department: Clinical Programs
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

This grant funded position will be responsible for the day to day administration of ACP’s Support and Alignment Network (SAN) grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This position’s primary responsibility is gathering, analyzing and reporting data and information from ACP and its grant partners to CMS via the CMS web portals. Other key responsibilities include monthly financial tracking, collaboration and coordination with internal and external grant participants (e.g., setting up meetings, writing agendas), monitoring status of deliverables, representing ACP on grant calls, and preparing budget revisions and annual applications and budgets. Position will also be responsible for helping with physician recruitment and for ensuring that grant-related information and results are disseminated to ACP members.  The Grant Administrator will also be involved in grant planning activities and will make suggestions about how grant funds can best be used in support of program objectives. The position will report to the Programs and Grants Manager in the Clinical Programs department.

Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree in a health related field is preferred.  Demonstrated program management skills are required; experience managing complex grants (especially federal) is preferred.  Position requires exceptional organization and follow-through skills, as well as strong communication skills and experience in interorganizational collaboration. Other key skills required include data collection, project administration, writing and budgeting.  PC skills needed include Word, intermediate Excel, PowerPoint, and the Internet.  Familiarity with government grant web portal experience (grantsolutions.gov) desirable.

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Administrative Representative

Department: Clinical Programs
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

Provides administrative support to the Vice President, Clinical Programs, and, on occasion, the Manager, Programs and Grants.  Facilitates smooth, effective and efficient office operations for the department and coordinates the Vice President’s busy schedule. Specific duties include maintaining calendars, making travel arrangements, scheduling and handling logistics for phone, webinar and face to face meetings, taking and writing up minutes, processing reimbursement requests, organizing presentations, and setting up and maintaining electronic and other files.

Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree is preferred, or equivalent job-related experience. The successful candidate will have 2-4 years of administrative experience, with experience providing high level professional support desired. Knowledge of office procedures; excellent writing and editing skills to create reports, minutes, and correspondence; and excellent PC skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat) are required. Must demonstrate strong organizational skills.  Ability to research various medical and non-medical topics using the Internet, and knowledge of medical terminology is a plus.  Excellent oral and written communication skills required to interact with all levels of College staff.

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Senior Research Associate, Center for Evidence Reviews

Department: Clinical Policy Department
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

Graduate degree (PhD or Master’s) in epidemiology, health services research, biostatistics, or related field; plus experience in developing evidence reviews. Five or more years of demonstrated and progressive work experience highly preferred. Must have experience in conducting systematic reviews, expertise in methodological research in the area of systematic reviews, clinical epidemiology, and meta-analysis.

Requirements:

Graduate degree (Master’s or PhD) in epidemiology, health services research, biostatistics, or a relevant field, plus experience in developing evidence reviews. Candidates with work experience in conducting systematic reviews, expertise in methodological research, clinical epidemiology, and meta-analysis preferred.

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Manager, Practice Support

Department: Medical Practice
Location: Washington, DC Office

Duties:

Manages key staff and programs to assist physician members in practice improvement in compliance with private payer and federal regulatory requirements, including those that involve reporting on quality and efficiency measures of care.  Provides support to physician members participating in alternative payment models and staff responsible for promoting best practices in practice management and addressing payment and coding issues. 

In collaboration with the Vice President and other staff, reviews and provides management direction for  the department’s programs, products, and services  (PPS), including the overall business/financial results of those PPS, and making recommendations on new additions, retention, modification, or sun-setting of PPS.  Participate as an active team member with other College staff in any grant funded projects that include the department’s PPS, including ACP’s Transforming Clinical Practice (TCPI) Initiative Support and Alignment Network (SAN) grant.  Serves as a key staff liaison to the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC).  Assists in the development and monitoring of department operations and budget.   

Requirements:

Clinical degree (NP, PA, RN, LPN) and additional Master’s degree highly preferred (MBA, MHA, MPH), along with experience in a primary care or specialty practice environment.   Extensive knowledge about quality improvement, practice-based redesign, and payment issues from a clinical and business perspective required. Demonstrated competence in managing staff, providing consultation, leading work groups, and coordinating multiple projects required.  

Must possess thorough understanding of the physician office practice setting from a clinical quality and business perspective; knowledge of health IT and the implementation within the office setting; and demonstrated success in business development, strategic thinking, financial/budget modeling, and contracting. Excellent writing and editing skills required. Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Access, (database creation), PowerPoint.  Understanding of web site development a plus.  

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