MPCA, Michigan Health Centers Hiring for Multiple Positions

By Natasha Robinson, MPCA Communications Specialist

Michigan Primary Care Association was one of 37 organizations awarded funds to support a Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN). Positions are available related to this grant funding, which will assist 22 Michigan Health Centers improve the quality of care at their sites through health information technology implementation and adoption.  Positions already posted related to this grant funding include a Practice Workflow Analyst and a Clinical Quality Analyst. Others will be posted as they become available.

The Practice Workflow Analyst is responsible for supporting Michigan Health Centers participating in MPCA’s HCCN in making the necessary process workflow changes to meet meaningful use and Patient Centered Medical Home requirements and to improve efficiencies.

The Clinical Quality Analyst is responsible for improving clinical and operational quality, reducing health disparities, improving population health, and achieving Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition for the Michigan Health Centers participating in MPCA’s HCCN. The Clinical Quality Analyst will have the primary responsibility of coordinating key quality improvement activities at a number of Health Centers throughout the state, and be responsible for direction and guidance on clinical quality and performance improvement of the HCCN and its members.

Additionally, MPCA is hiring a Clinical Consultant. The Clinical Consultant assists and monitors Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in their delivery of high quality immunization programs which cover immunization needs across the life span. This includes assisting in assessing coverage levels for specific populations, working with local health departments and other public health agencies, promoting the use Michigan Care Immunization Registry (MCIR), and overseeing the Migrant Immunization Initiative.

All of the aforementioned positions are based at MPCA’s office in Lansing. As other positions become available, they will be posted on MPCA’s Careers webpage and in the weekly eUpdate newsletter.

Michigan’s Health Centers also have multiple positions available at sites throughout the state, and in various capacities from physicians to dentists to outreach workers. These jobs are also listed on our Careers webpage with instructions on how to apply.

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