As an Analyst in the Center for Appropriate Care at Altarum thrives in a very fast-paced, demanding, but rewarding, consulting environment. You will have the opportunity to use your knowledge of public health, passion for improving healthcare, consulting and research skills to contribute to multiple healthcare improvement projects. As a full-time member of a dynamic group, your specific projects, tasks, and responsibilities will evolve and change over time. During your career at Altarum you will support multiple projects and you’ll be asked to step into different roles on projects.
Altarum’s Center for Appropriate Care works to foster the most appropriate care through advancing prevention, clinical quality improvement and performance monitoring. We carry out this work through a portfolio of projects that promote best practices in the integration of quality improvement and application of information technology and health information exchange to health and health care. Our services include training, education and advisory services for clinicians, health care organizations and local and state public health departments.
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, Altarum 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.