Current Job Openings
1) Applications Analyst II
Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) assess the health status, symptoms, functional status or health-related quality of life over the entire medical condition or episode of care from the patient perspective, without being filtered through the view of a provider. Partners Healthcare (“Partners”) is currently implementing an early-stage system to collect, store, and report patient-reported outcome data to various internal stakeholders. The Center for Connected Health is leading the development of the technical platform for PROMs under the guidance of the Measurement Group from Partners’ Office of Quality, Safety, and Value and is seeking a candidate to coordinate and manage these efforts. We are seeking a motivated individual to lead and coordinate the initial development efforts for this platform and then help guide the program through its initial deployment phases. This position requires strong communication and relationship skills. It involves working with senior level directors, physicians, nurses and other business end users and outside vendors in a variety of projects and technology implementations. The role will work cross functionally with research, technology operations and project managers across the PHS system. The Center for Connected Health is a fast paced environment working in new ways to help change the way care is delivered. We are looking for a self-starter who has a curiosity and enthusiasm to learn about new technologies and is interested in working in a dynamic and innovative team environment. This is a 2-year, project funded position. The position will report to the Team Lead for Product Development and Technology Operations.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Partners HealthCare careers website and search for Job ID 2246199
2) Research Analyst
Reporting to the Center for Connected Health Corporate Manager (I) for Research and Innovation, the Research Coordinator (RC) provides research expertise for Partners Center for Connected Health’s research projects, as well as grant administration support. The RC takes a lead role in the screening, recruitment/consenting/enrollment, care, and treatment of research subjects in accordance with established study protocols and in accordance with hospital and IRB guidelines, standards, and policies. The RC is responsible for data collection, accurate recording of clinical data, data management and data analysis, as required by the specific study protocols. The RC also coordinates all aspects of grants administration, including, but not limited to, pre-award and post-award support, and department level administrator for all grant activities, including cost transfers, InfoEd submissions and administrative contact for all external collaborators. The RC will be well versed regarding upcoming/current/ongoing research activities at CCH and will have detailed knowledge of the status/needs/issues of concern regarding those projects. In conjunction with project team members, the RC will serve hands-on functions for various CCH research activities as determined by current need.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Partners HealthCare careers website and search for Job ID 2243591