Practice Operations Analyst Iora Health
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Iora Health (www.iorahealth.com) is restoring humanity to health care by building a simple yet radically different primary care model from scratch: we know each of our patients as true individuals, and proactively provide them the unique combination of care, support, and inspiration they need to live their best life. The Iora Health model of health care changes everything ? payment, staffing, processes, IT systems, and culture. We have no status quo to defend, no arcane rules we must follow. We are a fast-paced, fresh-thinking, high-growth company building a better model of health care delivery.
Practice Operations Analyst Role
We are looking for a Practice Operations Analyst to join the Practice Operations team in helping Iora Health expand primary care practices across the United States.
The Analyst will be part of a team that manages the entire cycle of new practice development and ongoing support. An Analyst will typically work on one or two practice sites at any given time in close partnership with the Iora team leading efforts with those practices. This position will be based in Cambridge, MA and could involve regular travel to practice locations. A typical week would involve 1-2 days of travel, with more intense travel bursts during practice launches.
The Practice Operations Analyst plays a key role in the growth of Iora Health and requires an individual excited to apply energy across a range of critical practice implementation and support areas:
Space build out and outfitting (facilitating coordination between architect/builder and central Iora staff; developing and ensuring implementation of medical equipment, supplies, etc)
Talent development (helping develop and organize Iora?s hiring and talent development innovations such as speed interviews)
Technology deployment (learning and helping implement cutting edge technologies used by Zappos and other leading service organizations)
Data and vendor management (setting up contracts with key lab, and other medical office vendors)
Patient marketing (including participation in development and implementation of print, email, and other creative marketing campaigns for patients
Finance & regulatory compliance (helping implement and improve workflows to meet financial and regulatory requirements)
The successful candidate will be:
A good relationship builder, both with colleagues and external partners, sponsors, etc.
Eager to learn about the health care industry
Able to juggle multiple projects and competing priorities
An excellent problem solver, able to focus on both the smaller task and the bigger picture
Comfortable working in a ?culture of yes? -- where collaboration and service to colleagues is the norm
Able to exercise strong judgment somewhat independently and willing to share your opinion with colleagues and executives
Comfortable with high degree of ambiguity, rapid change
Passionate about service to patients/customers
Mission driven, interested in changing the world
Responsibilities for this position will evolve based on the needs of the company and the success of the individual.
0-2 years of professional or related experience
Demonstrated academic excellence
Demonstrated commitment to mission-driven organizations
Spanish fluency a plus
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