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Integrated Care Evaluation Consultant

Integrated Care Evaluation Consultant

Short-term Independent Contractor Position  

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In close collaboration with LPHI, the consultant will play a key role supporting programmatic activities related to integration of care. This role will be part of a project that aims to improve the integration of behavioral health care and physical health care in four clinics across the state. Core activities focus on providing technical assistance on quality improvement and required data collection activities, conducting integration assessments, analyzing quantitative data, and writing quarterly reports.

Consultant Period of Performance

This consultant position will begin as soon as possible and conclude in three months. Consultant hours will average 10-20 per week, and the consultant will be required to submit biweekly invoices documenting hours worked. The contract may be extended for additional months pending review of consultant’s performance as well as availability of funding.

Consultant Scope of Work Deliverables

Assist with ongoing data collection and analysis needs from partners including but not limited to:

  • Monitoring clinic-specific quality improvement projects
  • Monitoring quantitative data entered into funder’s data collection system
  • Analyzing quantitative data from funder’s data collection system
  • Conducting assessments to measure progress of clinics’ integration of physical and behavioral health care
  • Assisting in quarterly report writing
  • Participating in weekly calls with clinical sites and partners
  • Participating in quarterly virtual meetings with sites and partners to present quarterly findings 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in public health, statistics or related field required.
  • Three to five years’ professional experience in a research/analyst role in public health or related field.
  • Three to five years’ experience in quantitative and qualitative analysis, strongly preferred.
  • Experience in clinical quality improvement, evaluation, and project management required.
  • Knowledge of clinical practices/workflow/physical and behavioral health integration preferred.
  • Experience with statistical software, i.e. SAS, STATA, etc. is required.

LPHI Responsibilities

An LPHI staff person will be responsible to oversee the contract and serve as the key point of contact for the consultant.

Other responsibilities include:

    • Provide background information and available data, as appropriate.
    • Connect consultant to clinic sites, partners and reference materials, as appropriate.
    • Provide direction and oversight of activities.
    • Keep abreast of activities and progress toward fulfilling the scope of work.
    • Coordinate, lead and/or participate in regularly scheduled program evaluation calls.

To apply, please submit the following information via email to careers@lphi.org with subject line "Integrated Care Evaluation Consultant":

  • Resume/CV
  • Cover letter detailing:
    • Experience with/expertise in reproductive health and/or clinical quality improvement.
    • Experience in research and/or evaluation, including the use of data to make compelling cases.
  • Writing sample
  • Desired hourly rate