Join the executive team at the Agency of Human Services (AHS) and lead the Health Care Reform Unit in the AHS Secretary’ Office. The Director of Health Care Reform facilitates the State of Vermont’s innovative and nationally recognized efforts to transform health care delivery through a commitment to the State’s goals to: improve the health of Vermonters; improve the quality and experience of care; reduce the growth of health care costs; and provide effective and well-coordinated health and human services to all who need them. Working with stakeholders across the healthcare sector, this position must bring knowledge, innovation and a thorough understanding of the multi-layered nature of healthcare delivery and pressures currently facing this sector. The role requires skills in: strategic planning, project management, research, analysis, and facilitation of stakeholder engagement functions. The Director of Health Care Reform coordinates internal and external stakeholders in development, design, implementation, and evaluation of health care reform initiatives. A key responsibility is co-leading the State’s negotiations with the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to develop and advance current and future All-Payer Model and Medicaid Global Commitment for Health 1115 Waiver agreements for Vermont. Extensive interaction occurs with the Agency Secretary, Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Division Directors, the Health Care Reform Integration Manager, the Blueprint for Health, Legislators, CMS, the Governor’s office staff, and other interested parties.
We are hiring a director of race, gender, equity and accessibility to lead this effort across AHS. Departments are also doing this work internally.