Primary Care Physician/Population Health Informaticist

    Primary Care Physician/Population Health Informaticist


    Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine teaching affiliate, is an award winning, academic public healthcare system receiving national recognition for innovation and community excellence. Our system includes three campuses as well as an established network of primary and specialty practices in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north area. We proudly serve the ethnically and socio-economically diverse patient population within our communities. 

    Physicians enjoy a collegial, vibrant and dynamic environment and great work/life balance. Opportunities available for teaching, and academic appointments commensurate with medical school criteria. Infrastructure includes fully integrated EMR (Epic) and clinical and administrative support for primary care providers including onsite lab services, radiology, pharmacy, behavioral health, medical and surgical specialties, and more! Qualified candidates will be BE/BC and share CHA’s mission for providing care to the underserved, multicultural community. 

    In addition to providing patient care, this physician has 0.2 FTE dedicated time as a clinician informaticist, reporting to the CMIO, supporting primary care and population health. In this role, the clinician will serve as liaison between CHA Information Technology and Operations to inform population health and value-based care initiatives. Candidates who will be most successful in this role include those with good communication skills, experience with innovative care models, data analytics, and operational governance, as well as facility with information technology; experience with Epic EHR a plus. 

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