The Associate Director will be responsible for developing a portfolio of studies in applied healthcare economics and evaluation including systematic reviews, health technology assessments and health economic analyses. The candidate will be responsible for internal and external activities, including collaboration with stakeholders within and outside Hampton Roads. Additionally, s/he will be responsible for implementing and further developing the organizational structures and key processes.
Growing portfolio of studies focused on health economic analyses
Developing a program of research in any of a number of possible fields of interest including, but not limited to, healthcare utility/ economics, economic and social determinants of health, analyses of provider behavior and healthcare markets, healthcare financing, predictive modeling, comparative effectiveness research, and evaluation of health policy and delivery system initiatives
Assisting the HADSI Director in developing collaborations with various national level data registries/ repositories including NIH, CDC, Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance databases
Conducting and publishing academic research in high quality journals, generating external funding, teaching and mentoring students in the Masters in healthcare analytics and/or healthcare delivery science programs.
Engaging in clinical service and teaching at a level commensurate with the level of faculty appointment (will vary)
Supporting and supervising HADSI faculty and staff on the HADSI related services pertaining to research methods, biostatistical and epidemiological support
Working with faculty from across disciplines on research that helps address priority research areas in line with HADSI goals (see HADSI website evms.edu/hadsi
MD with Masters and/or PhD in health economics or a closely related field, or PhD in health economics, health care delivery science, healthcare analytics or a closely related field
Capability to produce, implement, and assess effectiveness in healthcare analytics research and published in high-quality journals
A track record of external funding
Experience working for an institute/ center/ department or division with an extensive focus on healthcare economics analysis and/or health care delivery science
Experience in administrative roles
Experience teaching in healthcare delivery, healthcare economics, or healthcare
Background in health economics in the healthcare industry is preferred
Eastern Virginia Medical School holds an honored position in American history as the only school of medicine founded by grassroots effort of the local community. EVMS matriculated its first class in 1973, and today, 2,300 physicians and 1,500 health professionals hold degrees from EVMS. The main campus is part of the Eastern Virginia Medical Center, which also includes Sentara Norfolk General Hosp...ital, the region's primary tertiary care center, and Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, a full-service, acute care facility which serves as the regional referral center for pediatrics. EVMS works in partnership with hospitals, physicians, and clinics throughout the region, providing students and residents with a broad base of clinical and professional experience.
Established in collaboration with Old Dominion University (ODU) in 1997, the fully-accredited Graduate Program in Public Health enrolls an average of 25 new students per year, with specialty tracks in Epidemiology, Environmental Health, and Health Services Administration /Management.