CEPC seeking Policy and Program Analyst

CEPC position posting: Project Policy Analyst II

To apply, please go to jobs.ucsf.edu and search for requisition number 47734BR

Job Summary

The Center for Excellence in Primary Care (CEPC) exists to catalyze the transformation and delivery of primary care at the regional, national, and international level through developing, testing and training on models of practice transformation; researching and evaluating primary care innovations and alternative delivery models; informing and advocating for regional and national policy changes to produce greater investment in primary care workforce, reimbursement and delivery; and disseminating such innovations through collaborative, traditional and non-traditional vehicles for worldwide impact, thereby achieving the Triple Aims of improving the patient experience, improving the health of populations, and reducing the cost of care, while restoring joy and satisfaction in the practice of primary care. CEPC is housed within the Department of Family & Community Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital.

The Policy & Program Analyst will work under the supervision of the Director of Research to coordinate and support a portfolio of policy and program analysis projects, including duties such as:

• Coordinating project planning, development, implementation, and when applicable, evaluation for diverse projects
• Conducting analysis of existing quantitative and qualitative data
• Carrying out literature reviews on topics such as primary care physician burnout and turnover
• Contributing to professional manuscripts, presentations, and reports
• Analyzing and presenting secondary data of quality and operational measures from health centers
• Disseminating research findings to a variety of stakeholders through mechanisms such as webinars, websites, toolkits, and written briefs.

The Policy & Program Analyst will interact with stakeholders and partners from many backgrounds in a professional and congenial manner and must have awareness and sensitivity towards diverse cultures and populations. The individual must work well as a team player to manage responsibilities across different investigators, co-workers, and students. The individual must be able to work under pressure and be organized to meet strict project deadlines.

The Department of Family & Community Medicine (DFCM) is engaged in research, teaching, training, service and clinical activities located at seven primary UCSF and leased sites in San Francisco: Parnassus, Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG) - Buildings 80, 90, 20 and the Main Hospital, Mission Center Building, Laurel Heights, Mission Hall, Lakeshore, Lakeside, as well as the OSHER center, Women’s Health and the UCSF Primary Care Practices at China Basin and Laurel Village and at various local community, national and international research/service/education training and clinical sites. In addition to the Department’s Family Medicine Residency Program located at ZSFG, the Department has affiliated residency programs in Fresno, Salinas, Santa Rosa, Kaiser Vallejo, Santa Rosa, and Contra Costa Health Systems. Authority and accountability for the Department reside with the Department Chair who delegates authority to Vice Chairs, the Executive Council, Directors and Chiefs of Service and their Administrators and the Department Director of Administration and Finance.

The mission of DFCM is to educate students and residents in family medicine with an emphasis on meeting the needs of the economically disadvantaged and the medically underserved, advancing knowledge in family and community medicine, and developing methods of primary care that are effective, efficient, and accessible to all people.

Primary care in the United States is in the midst of transformation. Primary care practices are increasingly being held accountable for providing comprehensive, timely, patient-centered care. The UCSF Center for Excellence in Primary Care (CEPC) has developed a framework for primary care transformation – the 10 Building Blocks model. Drawn from the experiences of high performing primary care practice, the building blocks provide a roadmap to improvements in patient experience, population health, and the sustainability of primary care.

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.