SIU School of Medicine’s Department of Population Science and Policy is seeking an individual to provide strategic direction, leadership, and implementation of strategies to establish and grow the Health System Science Division through health services research to better understand social problems, analyze existing policy, and develop policy-oriented solutions. This individual is also responsible for overall development, implementation, and evaluation of undergraduate and graduate medical education in the area of health system science as it relates to population health. Finally, this individual will be accountable for fiscal management, faculty recruitment, faculty and staff support, and research functions for the Health System Science Division of Population Science and Policy. Minimum requirements include PhD or equivalent degree from a nationally accredited university; expertise in health services research, public health, health system science, and organizational change. Experience with quantitative and qualitative methods that allow for in-depth analysis of local, state, and federal law, specifically their effects on health outcomes. Previous experience working with government agencies in acquiring and analyzing data for policy level change. Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.
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MD/DO, PhD or equivalent degree from a nationally accredited university; expertise in health services research, public health, health system science, and organizational change.
Experience with quantitative and qualitative methods that allow for in-depth analysis of local, state, and federal law, specifically their effects on health outcomes.
Previous experience working with government agencies in acquiring and analyzing data for policy level change
Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
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SIU School of Medicine was established in 1970 with a mission to educate physicians for central and southern Illinois. We are a medical school with four areas of excellence: medical education, patient care, research and community service. SIU School of Medicine provides education to undergraduate medical students, medical and surgical residents, fellows, and physician assistant students. Our clinical practice, SIU Medicine, includes a team of more than 250 health care professionals including university physicians and faculty members who are collectively dedicated to providing excellent medical care, advancement of care through research, and training the next generation of physicians. As the premier provider of health care services, SIU Medicine offers both primary care and specialized treatment services including preventative and diagnostic. SIU works in partnership with hospitals and clinics throughout central and southern Illinois to meet the health care needs of our communities.