Altarum, a non-profit health systems research organization, is seeking a graduate student intern to support projects at our Center for Value in Health Care (CVHC) in Ann Arbor, MI. The center aims to increase the incidence of high-value care, while decreasing that of low-value care. We also quantify sustainable health spending, track and report on health sector trends, understand health spending correlates and related cost factors, propose mitigating health policies, and support innovative health care payment programs. Finally, the center does work in related areas including assessing the value of investments in primary prevention and greater racial equity.
Altarum’s Internship Program provides students with challenging work related to their major, encourages professional growth and is recognized by Altarum as valuable part of our commitment to developing a talented and diverse workforce.
Working under the direction of senior technical staff, your work may include conducting literature reviews, managing research databases, assisting in statistical analysis, and writing a variety of short and medium-length technical or policy papers.
Altarum is a nonprofit systems research and consulting organization that has been servicing government and private sector clients since 1946. Combining the analytical rigor of a research institution with the business agility of a consulting firm, the Institute is uniquely positioned to deliver practical, systems-based health and healthcare solutions to its clients. Altarum’s nonprofit status ensures that the public interest is always preeminent in our work. Our dedication to social responsibility is evident in all that we do, serving the public good with integrity and enabling others to do the same.
Altarum's dynamic work environment emphasizes integrity, personal commitment, and teamwork. We invite you to explore exciting and rewarding career opportunities with us. Altarum Institute is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, status as a protected veteran, or disability.