Ends on December 31, 2018

Center to Advance Palliative Care

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

55 West 125th Street

Suite 1302

New York, NY 10027

www.capc.org


CENTER TO ADVANCE PALLIATIVE CARE
Payment and Policy Manager


POSITION SUMMARY

The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) is a national organization dedicated to ensuring access to quality palliative care for people facing serious illness.  CAPC serves as a major backbone organization for the field of palliative care and pursues its mission through three strategies – building awareness and demand across a range of audiences; influencing supportive policy; and providing tools, technical assistance and training to health care provider and payer organizations. We are the proven name brand for credible implementation support for palliative care.  CAPC is housed within the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

The department of Payment and Policy at CAPC works to advance several major goals: a) educate payers and policymakers on the value of palliative care; b) equip palliative care programs with the knowledge and skills to secure sufficient payment; c) equip health plans and ACOs with the knowledge and skills to improve the care of their seriously ill population; d) catalyze supportive policy and accountability for quality and access; and e) respond to new opportunities as they arise.

CAPC is seeking a full-time Senior Associate or Manager (depending on level of experience) to assist in all these efforts.  Working flexibly within the team, this position will both help to refine CAPC’s strategy by investigating needs and opportunities, and to improve our educational efforts by leading specific projects and developing educational materials.  This position will report to the Vice President of Payment and Policy, and will work flexibly within a team of staff and consultants.  The incumbent must have a working knowledge of US health care payment and policy.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct ongoing interviews and investigations on needs, opportunities, and barriers to advancing payment for and access to palliative care
  • Define and lead specific project(s) to expedite the adoption of serious illness strategies and standards among health plans and ACOs, which may include collaborative efforts with other organizations

  • Define and lead specific project(s) to expedite the adoption new measures and/or requirements in Medicare and Medicare Advantage oversight, which may include collaborative efforts with other organizations

  • Plan and develop high-quality presentations, articles, and educational materials for target audiences that span health plan and ACO leadership, purchasers, case managers, palliative care programs, federal policymakers, state policymakers, and others

  • Through surveys and interviews, monitor the experiences of organizations participating in the CAPC Payment Accelerator, and use that information to inform CAPC’s ongoing efforts to educate and support palliative care programs

  • Assist in the virtual office hours and webinars for the CAPC Payment Accelerator, summarizing the questions and needs of the audience

  • Assist in the development of federal legislative and regulatory comment letters, including drafting formal responses

  • Prepare funding proposals, as well as formal reports and ongoing communications with funders

     

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree required

  • “Fluency” in Medicare and health plan regulation and operations

  • Able to work independently and effectively in an entrepreneurial environment

  • Excellent writing and communication skills

  • Demonstrated interest in palliative care, aging, and/or health care services a plus


Travel:

Travel for presentations and organizational partner meetings, estimated at 20% of time.


TO APPLY

Please submit along with a Cover Letter and Resume.

https://capc.submittable.com/submit/aa91946c-b92c-4137-819d-c04443e0964c/payment-and-policy-manager

allison.silvers@mssm.edu



Ends on December 31, 2018

Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

55 West 125th Street

Suite 1302

New York, NY 10027

www.capc.org


CENTER TO ADVANCE PALLIATIVE CARE
Marketing Manager

Summary:

The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), a leading non-profit health care organization focused on improving quality of life for people with a serious illness, seeks a savvy, energetic Marketing Manager. Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing, this individual will be an integral part of the team responsible for social media, writing, alliance building, internet marketing; collateral materials; product/brand positioning; web content development and editing; copywriting; and media relations. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop written and visual content for social media, website, and email marketing

  • Manage social media channels and blog for health care B2B audiences

  • Track, measure, and analyze all initiatives to report on ROI

  • Assist in the development of strategies and tactics for building audience engagement and awareness, online and off

  • Report on marketing impact to support grant writing

  • Work with vendors and consultants to facilitate projects and keep them on track

  • Occasional travel to represent CAPC at trade shows

 

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of marketing experience, including in social media

  • Experience working in a health care-related organization required

  • Superb skill in writing for a broad range of audiences

  • Ability to integrate audience insights into the development of creative strategies

  • Project management experience

  • Highly organized and detail-oriented

  • Adept at working on simultaneous projects at different stages of development

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite

  • Experience with: 

    • Social media scheduling and email platforms
    • Django, WordPress
    • Salesforce
    • Graphic design experience a plus

 

Education

  • Minimum of BA/BS


TO APPLY

Please submit along with a Cover Letter and Resume.

https://capc.submittable.com/submit/104800/marketing-manager