The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) is looking for an individual with a minimum of five years of clinical data registry, healthcare quality improvement, and/or healthcare technology experience to join our Quality Improvement Department. This individual will be responsible for working with staff and Society members to identify priorities and manage the development and maintenance of the Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) requirements for radiation oncologists, including but not limited to clinical performance measures and qualified clinical data registry. Individual will also assist with different aspects of other quality improvement department initiatives such as practice accreditation, the radiation oncology incident learning system and health information technology.
ASTRO offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package which includes:
Flexible work arrangements
Medical, dental and vision insurance, majority company paid
401K with immediate company contribution
23 days of Paid Time Off annually
12 Paid Holidays
Employer subsidized commuter benefits
Employer paid short and long term disability insurance
Please see our website www.astro.org for more information about ASTRO. We are an equal/affirmative action employer.
Qualified candidates will:
Have a Bachelor’s degree required; Masters preferred.
Have a Minimum of five years of clinical data registry, healthcare quality improvement, and/or healthcare technology experience required; experience in a not-for-profit physician based environment highly desirable.
Have strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to meet deliverables and deadlines, educate and engage volunteer physicians, and lead teams through complex projects.
Have excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively regarding the technical aspects of the position with relevant parties, e.g., vendors, and be able to translate and convey technical information to non-technical parties, e.g., Society members.
Be highly detail-oriented with demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
Be able to consistently demonstrate courteous, cooperative and helpful behavior to all contacts, internal and external.
Have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to work professionally and effectively with all types of individuals with varied backgrounds and interests.
Be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
Have the ability to work with large amounts of data with a high degree of accuracy.
Have strong decision-making and problem solving skills with the ability to take action in solving problems while exhibiting judgment and a realistic understanding of issues.
Have the ability to organize and/or schedule people and tasks, develop realistic action plans and be sensitive to time constraints and resource availability.
Have the ability to work at a fast pace, determine priorities, and meet critical deadlines.
The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) is an organization of approximately 10,000 member physicians and scientists served by a staff of 80 in Crystal City, VA. The association is designed to disseminate the results of scientific research, promote excellence in patient care and provide members with opportunities for educational and professional development. ASTRO offers an attractive... array of benefits, including medical and dental/vision coverage, short- and long-term disability and life insurance, as well as paid time off, a 401(k) program, flexible spending accounts, flexible work arrangements, commuter benefits subsidy and a business casual office environment.