The Center for Medicare & Medicaid announced a new program yesterday called the, “Innovator Advisor Program.”
From the Innovation Center website: “In the months and years to come, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (Innovation Center) will seek to introduce transformative models of care delivery across the nation that will meet the aim of reducing cost and improving quality for Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP beneficiaries.”
As many as 200 individuals from across the nation will be recruited in the first year. The selected Innovation Advisors will:
…refine, apply, and sustain managerial and technical skills necessary to deepen several key skill sets, including:
- Health care finance,
- Population health,
- Systems analysis, and
- Operations research.
More details, eligibility requirements, and the application are available here.
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