The objective of Care Management Plus (CMP) began as a technology-intensive, innovative primary care model that reduces hospitalizations, lowers costs, and improves health outcomes for older adults with chronic illnesses. The team continues to focus on interdisciplinary efforts to improve the quality of care for patients with chronic illnesses using care managers and information systems.
The evolving mission of the team is to better understand how data, information, and knowledge can assist in transforming health for our most vulnerable populations.
This position will support multiple projects under the direction of Dr. David Dorr and the Care Management Plus team. This position will organize and coordinate learning and outreach activities for Oregon practices as a part of the Practice Facilitation team for the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus program (CPC+).
This position will also be responsible for supporting grant preparation and research activities, as well as assisting with manuscript preparation for ongoing research projects.
Key responsibilities for this position consist of administrative and research skills including:
Provide administrative and logistical support for learning and diffusion activities for Oregon CPC+ practices including in-person meetings, project trainings, online learning sessions, outreach calls, and on-site practice facilitation
Monitor and track CPC+ progress for practices, send periodic global emails
Receive, screen, log and route correspondence for CPC+
Track deadlines and provide support to complete deliverables such as curriculum development, periodic reports, and weekly outreach documentation
Contribute to team planning to accomplish project objectives
Perform literature reviews
Prepare and track progress of abstracts and manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals
Lead project team meetings and ensure timely completion of deliverables
Maintain and submit materials to the IRB
Assist in identifying grant opportunities and assist with grant writing for submissions
Assist with data collection and cleaning
Assist in the preparation of academic outputs (abstracts, posters, manuscripts, etc)
Bachelors Degree in social science research, public health, epidemiology, or related field and 1 to 3 years of relevant experience.
Experience using an EHR interface or familiarity with a health IT platform
Experience writing manuscripts for submission
Ability to understand implications of findings in relation to scope of practice
Team-centered work style; ability to maintain good working relationships with providers, and staff to improve research success
Communication excellence; ability to coordinate all aspects of project with principal investigator and staff including workflow and priorities
Ability to initiative and be productive with minimal supervision
Ability to actively participate in team projects
Ability to prioritize assigned work based on project team goals and needs
Masters Degree in public health, health administration
Substantial experience (3+ years) in applied research
Experience writing grants for submission
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