The Moran Company seeks individuals who can make an immediate contribution to our growing health care research and consulting firm. The analysts will work both in teams and individually, framing and answering health policy questions. Applicants must have an ability to use data and conduct rigorous analysis on health economics and Medicare and Medicaid policy-related projects. Our clients include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, associations, insurance companies, and other provider groups.
We are interested in hiring senior level consultants with the following credentials:
Graduate degree (Master’s or Ph.D.), preferably in Economics, Public Health, Pharmacological studies, Public Policy, Public Administration, Health Administration, Political Science, or other related policy field;
Experience working in the health care or consulting arenas;
Familiarity with health care policy issues;
Knowledge of various health research datasets;
Experience interpreting program regulations;
Knowledge of SAS or other statistical packages;
Experience writing for a variety of settings ranging from slide presentations and concise memos to more in-depth papers;
Ability and experience working with clients and managing projects.
We offer the opportunity to work collaboratively as part of our analytic team and to advance professionally in the firm based on demonstrated skills and performance.
We are located in Rosslyn, VA, and we offer excellent benefits & starting salaries commensurate with experience. Potential applicants should consult our website at: www.themorancompany.com.
Résumés should be sent by electronic mail to email@example.com, referencing code 17-B.
The Moran Company is a Washington-based health care research and consulting firm focused on the boundary between the public and private sectors in health care. Moran Company consultants have extensive expertise in the design, implementation and evaluation of all types of payment systems, both in Medicare and the private sector. We can assist clients seeking to understand factors that affect the flow of payments through these systems.