New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) is looking for a Director of Syringe Distribution, Outreach and Advocacy to work closely with the organization’s leadership team to manage the syringe distribution program and associated outreach services.
African Services Committee is seeking a Viral Hepatitis Testing and Linkage to Care Coordinator to manage the Hep B and C screening and linkage to care program conducted jointly by African Services Committee (ASC) and the Hepatitis Outreach Network (HONE) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
The Viral Hepatitis Program at the NYC Health Department seeks a Community Organizer and Trainer to coordinate community-facing activities and develop viral hepatitis curriculum, education and outreach materials.
BOOM!Health is currently seeking a BA level Patient Navigator for the Check Hep C Navigation and Linkage to Care program.
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health in conjunction with Hepatitis C Allies of Philadelphia (HepCAP) is seeking a Project Coordinator for C-Change to oversee and coordinate the efforts of the C-Change patient navigators, and serve as a connection between component organizations.
The Program Assistant will assist with capacity building in the Viral Hepatitis Program of the NYC Health Department, including meeting planning, site visits, training and technical assistance, and report writing.
AIDS United seeks to hire a Syringe Access Policy Organizer to provide policy, advocacy, and regulatory capacity in support of state and federal efforts to increase the availability of syringe access programs throughout the United States.
AAPCHO is seeking fellowship candidates interested in strengthening the collaboration between key stakeholders and the federal government to address the disparate impact of hepatitis B on Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
The Health Promotion Advisor will plan, develop, coordinate and evaluate public health education, health promotion and disease prevention programs.
NVHR is seeking a Research Assistant for the “Hepatitis C – It’s About More Than Liver Disease” project.
The HCV Program Intern is responsible for leading the weekly education and support groups and assist in grant writing, and other administrative tasks.
The Health Care Access Specialist will work with the NYC Health Dept Project SUCCEED team and leadership to support various program activities.
The Hepatitis C Program Clinical Capacity Coordinator works within Mount Sinai’s Primary Care Based Hepatitis C program, and the Hepatitis Education and Liver Screening Program.
The Patient Navigator/Outreach Worker in the Mount Sinai’s Respectful & Equitable Access to Comprehensive Healthcare (REACH) Program assist patients in navigating the medical system to initiate hepatitis c treatment.
The Data Manager will ensure the availability of high quality data for program planning, quality assurance, and evaluation. This individual will be responsible for the maintenance of program data, preparation of reports, basic analysis of data, as well as the modification of data collection tools to fit the system of data collection and tracking.
The Care Coordinator will provide linkage to care services for patients who are hep C Antibody-positive including and care coordination (Case Management, Education, Outreach, Collaboration, and Logistical Support) to patients with chronic hep C.
The Social Worker will provide risk based counseling services for patients identified as hep C antibody positive to women of childbearing age and their partners. In addition, the social worker will work with the patient navigator to provide linkage to care services for patients while also following up on the patients care coordination needs (Case Management, Education, Outreach, Collaboration, and Logistical Support).
The Social worker Care Coordinator will provide linkage to care services for patients who are hep C Antibody-positive including and care coordination (Case Management, Education, Outreach, Collaboration, and Logistical Support) to patients with chronic hep C.
The Project Manager will manage activities associated with research and service projects of the hep C Linkage to Care and Care Coordination programs.
The Patient Navigator (PN) will provide linkage to care services for patients who are hep C Antibody-positive including education to patients with chronic hepatitis C as well as outreach activities to expand the hep C screening and link to care model to health partners within the system.
The STAR Program is looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic person to provide health education and support to individuals living with HCV and their families. We are seeking someone with lived experience with the target population, HCV, whom has experience working with individuals who are HCV positive, HIV positive, and /or substance abuse users. We … Continue reading Job | Hep C Community Health Worker @ SUNY Downstate Medical Center (Part-time)
LESHRC is seeking a Hep C Peer Navigator who will provide HCV specific education, counseling, and referral follow-up for clients, as part of the HEP team.
The Project Coordinator will work with the NYC Health Dept Viral Hep team and leadership to support various activities.
Bellevue Hospital is seeking a Viral Hepatitis Patient Navigator who will be working in the Hepatitis B and C Ambulatory Program, Ambulatory Care, Infectious Diseases Department.
The STAR Program is looking a candidate with personal experience in hepatitis C care, available to work evening clinics. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Creole preferred.
The Overdose Prevention Coordinator will manage and evaluate the targeted expansion of the DHS Overdose Prevention Program, with the goal of preventing overdose deaths in NYC shelters.
The Helpline Specialist provides support and education to people with liver disease, their family members, friends, and caregivers, the general public and health care and social service professionals via the National Helpline.
The field worker will gather information from patients about their knowledge of, experience with and barriers to Hep C screening and treatment.
The Director will engage in networking opportunities, and create tools for CBOs on appropriate hepatitis initiatives.
The Events Manger is responsible for fundraising and development activities to ensure the success of special events initiatives, including Liver Life Walks and Liver Life Challenge.
The Community Organizing and Education Intern will help manage Hep Free NYC activities and assist in developing viral hepatitis trainings & educational materials.
The Clinical Capacity Coordinator’s role is to work in conjunction with program leadership and medical providers to oversee the flow, volume, and referral process of the Hep C Program with the ultimate goal to assist patients in navigating the medical system to complete a medical evaluation and initiate hep C treatment.
The Viral Hepatitis Testing & Linkage to Care Coordinator manages the hepatitis B and C screening and linkage to care program conducted jointly by African Services Committee (ASC) and the Hepatitis Outreach Network (HONE).
ICF is currently seeking a Regional Resource Coordinator to support the HHS, HIV/AIDS/Hep C Regional Resource Network Program in New York.
ACQC is seeking a Patient Navigator to provide linkage to care and care coordination services for individuals with Hep C.
The Institute for Advance Medicine (IAM) at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s is seeking a Program Coordinator to facilitate the day-to-day operations of five year HIV/Hepatitis C Co-Infection Project that work closely with community partners to identify and link co-infected individuals to care at IAM.
VOCAL-NY is seeking a Policy Director for developing campaign strategies, coalition building, and direct and indirect lobbying of public officials around VOCAL-NY’s membership priorities, including HIV/AIDS, housing, overdose prevention, syringe access, hepatitis C, harm reduction, re-entry, and police reform.
NVHR is seeking a Program Coordinator to support and help expand NVHR’s program which provides persons at risk for hepatitis C with the necessary information and education to prevent infection, and to promote testing so that persons living with hepatitis C are aware of their status, linked into appropriate health care, and ultimately cured of the disease.
The Events Manger will be responsible for fundraising and development activities to ensure the success of the Division’s special events initiatives and to achieve/surpass its financial goals.
After Hours Project is seeking a Hep C Patient Navigator to conduct preliminary screenings and provide linkage to care and care coordination services for patients who are HCV positive.
The Health Dept is hiring two bilingual Patient Tele-Navigators who will link hepatitis B positive mothers to medical care. (Mandarin, Cantonese and/or Fuzhou/Fujianese)
The NYC Health Dept is seeking a Program Coordinator to implement the project components including: provider and patient navigation training; patient education, practice transformation, enhanced HCV screening, treatment Access Model, and treatment readiness and adherence support .
The NYC Health Dept is seeking a Health Care Access Specialist to conduct patient navigation services to individuals with HIV/Hep C and provide trainings and technical assistance in HIV/Hep C coinfection care best practices for non-clinical providers at Ryan White Care Coordination Programs.
Praxis Housing is seeking a Hep C Peer Navigator Coordinator to provide supervision to Peer Navigators and provide care coordination services to individuals with Hep C.
The Washington Heights CORNER Project is seeking a candidate with a Nursing or Social Work background for a leadership role to ensure WHCP is offering welcoming and readily accessible low-barrier, culturally appropriate, and relevant programs for drug users living in poverty,
The project manager will oversee the implementation of all HIV and Hep C prevention programming at the Pride Center of Staten Island.
The Patient Navigator will be responsible for the successful outreach and linkage to care of all Hepatitis C (HCV) positive individuals identified, and engaged by the program.
This position will work with the provider community and key stakeholders to promote adult vaccination and increase adult vaccination coverage rates.
The Campaigns Director develops and executes campaign strategies with VOCAL-NY members and community organizing staff.
Hepatitis B program provide low and no-cost screening, monitoring, and care. Additionally, CBWCHC provides linkage to care, referral pathways and participates in hepatitis B advocacy efforts in the New York metropolitan area.
The Manager will be responsible for working with state programs to develop and strengthen hepatitis screening, care and treatment programmatic activities.
The Manager is a member of NASTAD’s Hepatitis team, assisting in the development of readiness assessments, the provision of capacity building assistance (CBA) and training products to health department hepatitis programs, and program evaluation.
The intern will assist with Team HBV initiatives, including the implementation and evaluation of educational and screening events for Hepatitis B in the Asian American community.
The Care Coordinator is responsible for providing intake, assessment, referrals, and ongoing care coordination for participants of VOCAL-NY as well as build support for harm reduction in Brooklyn.
The Program Intern, under the direction of the Community Outreach & Education Manager, will assist with the implementation and evaluation of education programs.
The Harm Reduction Specialist provides engagement and support services, particularly to tenants engaging in risky behaviors such as drug and alcohol misuse, unsafe sexual practices, and self-harm, using a harm reduction model.
The NYC Health Department is recruiting interns (ages 14-21 years old) to work with the NYC Hep C Task Force to develop Hepatitis C (Hep C) prevention strategies and resources for youth.
NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH) is seeking an experienced public health physician to lead the Viral Hepatitis Program (VHP).
The Events Coordinator will provide fundraising, program and administrative support for the activities of the Greater New York Division.
The Hepatitis Epidemiologist will support data management and clinical intervention activities for Project INSPIRE, including managing and analyzing hepatitis surveillance data.
The Public Policy Director is a member of NVHR’s senior staff and leads the development and implementation of the organization’s policy and advocacy agenda at the federal level.
The Clinical Director is responsible for establishing and conducting a comprehensive clinical supervision program for the professional and paraprofessional staff of Prevention, Education, and Support Services Division, designed to improve the client engagement, motivational interviewing and counseling skills of direct service staff.
The Peer Recovery Organizational Development Specialist has the primary responsibility to work directly with the NYC Peer Recovery Coach Network to provide technical assistance and instrumental support in organizational development to foster an increasingly independent and self-sustaining organization.
The Peer Support Implementation Coordinator has the primary responsibility to work directly with programs that serve substance users to develop peer support service positions within their organizations.
Leads the pursuit of new opportunities, manages and cultivates relationships, and drives involvement of accounts to achieve ACS mission pursuant to the hepatitis B and cancer screening initiative in the Asian population.
The Hepatitis C Program Coordinator supports the overall work of the national hepatitis C program and performs all tasks necessary to support the successful integration and execution of the program, and successfully integrates HCV issues along various spectrums.
Manager of Programs is responsible for the successful management of key aspects of ALF’s national program initiatives.
This position will be responsible for implementing public health programs and public policy initiatives that address the organization’s priorities around hepatitis B and related diseases such as liver cancer.
A part-time peer position available at Queens Hospital Center’s Harm Reduction Program.
The Peer will work in the Harm Reduction Services program that works with people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) who currently use drugs and/or alcohol, or have in the past and seek support to prevent relapse.
As a part of the Program Planning and Administration Unit, this position is responsible for working closely with internal and external partners to develop, implement, and revise service delivery models for Ryan White Part A HIV care services in the New York EMA.
The Data and Social Media Outreach Coordinator will assist in the coordination, management, and reporting of data and social media profiles within the Primary Care Hepatitis C Program.
The Navigator’s role is to assist hospital and system-wide efforts to increase HCV screening and link to care particularly in persons who are born between 1945-1965 and reinforces hepatitis C medical education with the patients and provides support to the patient throughout the process.
The Hepatitis Surveillance Analyst will assist in monitoring, improving the quality of hepatitis surveillance data and participate in viral hepatitis studies.
This position will be responsible for managing a 5-year PCORI-funded project that spans 8 sites across the US and evaluate the effectiveness of Hepatitis C treatment models of DOT versus non-DOT in two settings.
Bellevue is seeking a Patient Navigator to provide linkage to care and case management to their Hepatitis B and C patients.
New York-Presbyterian/Queens Hospital is seeking an outreach education/event coordinator who speaks English/Chinese or Spanish to provide coordination and assistance to community education events.
Peer navigators give patients support, time to talk, guidance for navigating the clinic, and referrals to resources inside and outside of the hospital.
The Project INSPIRE Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will support data monitoring and program evaluation activities for Project INSPIRE.
The Advocacy Manager will support agency-wide efforts that serve to further BOOM!Health’s public policy, advocacy, community organizing and mobilization priorities in alignment with the agency’s vision/mission and strategic priorities.
The “Peer Educator” liaisons with the Osborne Association’s “Linkage to Care Specialist” and the Transition clinic’s medical staff to address the medical needs of reentry and individuals who have had conflict with the law.
HDRTP provides training, outreach, and research opportunities for students and health professionals to gain knowledge and skills to address Asian American health disparities.
Hep Free NYC is looking for an intern to help with youth engagement! Internship is paid and open immediately!
The Viral Hepatitis Program has an opening for a Practice Transformation Specialist will collaborate with staff to provide HepCX members with targeted clinical technical support.
NYC Health Dept is seeking a Network Clinical Coordinator who will conduct outreach and provide HepCX members with targeted clinical technical support.
The Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention (PHBP) Unit is seeking candidate to develop, evaluate and conduct surveillance of hepatitis B infection in pregnant women.
Viral Hepatitis Program at NYC Health Dept is seeking a Clinical Interventionist to provide coordinating activities of the Hepatitis C Clinical Exchange Network (HepCX).
The Viral Hepatitis Program at the NYC Health Department is seeking a Data Analyst to oversee data management, conduct analyses on Medicaid data and surveillance projects related to viral hepatitis.
TAG is seeking a Director for the Hepatitis/HIV Project to co-developt strategies and programming, manage and participate in a range of domestic and global advocacy coalitions, analyze gaps in research, and prepare policy analysis, recommendations, briefs.
TAG is seeking a Director for International Hepatitis/HIV Policy & Advocacy to co-develop strategies, participate in a range of domestic and global advocacy coalitions and programming, and prepare policy analysis, recommendations, briefs.
Seeking nominations for upcoming vacancies on the CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV, Viral Hepatitis and STD Prevention and Treatment (CHAC). CHAC is the advisory group to CDC and HRSA for the prevention, control, and treatment of HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis and STDs.
HRC is seeking a candidate for agency leadership, oversight, organizational development, and strategic planning in partnership with the Board of Directors and Management Team.
Lead implementation of a Buprenorphine Training Initiative to increase the number of prescribers in NYC and provide technical assistance and training for their practices.
HRC is seeking a candidate to oversee all aspects of the New York & California Training Institutes and other regional training institutes and develop and deliver drug user health trainings and capacity building services.
HRC is seeking a Harm Reduction Specialist to help manage Harm Reduction Peer Worker trainings, Peer Network of NY, and the Hep C Peer Navigation program.
The Program Manager will implement HBF’s public health programs to improve awareness, education, prevention and screening to reduce health disparities for high-risk ethnic communities disproportionately impacted by hepatitis B and liver cancer.
The Peer Navigator will support participants in gaining knowledge and developing HIV/HCV self-management strategies.
Director of the Training & Technical Assistance Program is responsible for the managerial oversight of all HIV/AIDS-related prevention, treatment and care trainings.
Director of Prevention will be working with HIV and hep C Prevention department, providing technical support, and other program development duties.
The Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship program provides stipends for outstanding masters-level medical, dental, public health, public policy and graduate nursing students to conduct summer research projects with a mentor in the New York City metropolitan area on some aspect of health care delivery transformation for vulnerable populations and/or early childhood health and development, with an … Continue reading Nurse Public Health Fellowship | Margaret E. Mahoney Program (Deadline 3/20/16)
Enhance health awareness and increase access to needed health information and resources among Queens residents through the development and delivery of tailored health programs and interventions.
The AIDS Institute is seeking a Hep C Policy Associate to ensure people living with HCV have access to quality and affordable health care and treatment.
Support implementation of the SFDPH Harm Reduction Policy by providing Capacity Building Services (CBS) and training, as well as support the development of the Harm Reduction Training Institute.
As part of the Check Hep C initiative, the PN will be responsible for the successful outreach and linkage of all HCV+ individuals identified and engaged by the program.
The Deputy State Director, New York will work with the State Director in managing and implementing advocacy and outreach strategies for DPA campaigns and advance DPA’s objectives
CSAAH is seeking individuals to help with activities related to a large-scale needs assessment in diverse Asian American communities in New York City.
The Volunteer Blood Pressure Monitoring Program is seeking a part-time intern to provide programmatic support, training and technical assistance to community-based organizations running blood pressure monitoring sessions and lifestyle counseling.
NYHRE is seeking a Outreach & Syringe Exchange Specialist who is responsible for providing an array of street-based harm reduction services to people actively using drugs, including injection drug users (IDUs), sex workers, and people living with HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C.
Vice President (VP) of Development & Communications will be manage NBLCA’s fund development and communications.
The American Liver Foundation is a seeking a ED to provide the overall leadership and management for those strategies designed to create cost effective and on-going sources of revenue, community presence and mission delivery within the division’s market area.
The NY State DOH is developing a Hep C Peer Worker Certification Program and is seeking a HIV or HCV Peer worker to serve on the Peer Certification Review Board.
The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) is seeking an Operations Manager/Chief Operating Officer to manage the agency’s day-to-day programs and specific projects.
Liver Health Connection (formerly Hep C Connection) is seeking a seasoned professional to run our programs to educate about hepatitis C (HCV), hepatitis B (HBV), HIV co-infection with HBV or HCV, liver cancer, and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
NBLCA is seeking an Outreach Coordinator to conduct outreach and program development in communities known to be disproportionately at-risk for HIV, Hep C and other disparities. Also seeking a Program Coordinator working in Albany and Nassau County to ensure an effective approach to prevention, public policy, advocacy and impact in addressing HIV/AIDS and other health disparities with the focus on high-risk negatives.
The Buprenorphine Implementation Coordinator will lead a Training Initiative to increase the number of buprenorphine (a medication to treat opioid dependence) prescribers in NYC and provide technical assistance and training for their practices.
The Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention Program for LGBT Youth Ages 13-24 at Diaspora Community Services is dedicated to providing HIV and HCV testing to individuals in North and Central Brooklyn as well as providing behavioral intervention efforts through evidence-based curricula.
The Policy Manager serves, with the State Director and the Deputy State Director of New York, in a leadership role in the New York Policy Office, developing and shaping strategy, goals, and communications efforts in New York.
The Department of Population Health (DPH) at the NYU School of Medicine is seeking a Research Coordinator to manage development of a New York region cohort focused on the microbiome.
The Department of Population Health (DPH) at the NYU School of Medicine is seeking a Research Assistant to work with a New York region cohort focused on the microbiome.
The Peer Coordinator provides oversight for all of BOOM!Health’s Peer Development Programs and will facilitate orientation for new peers, provide ongoing training and supervision, and review all issues and Progress Reports.
The Director of Policy and New Initiatives at the NYCH Health Department will develop and implement alcohol and other drug-related public health policies, initiatives, and communication strategies to reduce the health and social consequences of alcohol and other drugs in New York City.
New York Harm Reduction Educators is seeking qualified candidates who will be accomplished in navigating the landscapes of non-profit development and neighborhood dynamics in New York City, and in fund-raising, financial management, and staff development. A strong commitment to social justice is essential.
NVHR is seeking a Program and Policy Associate who will support a variety of programmatic and public policy projects, as well as some administrative support to the Executive Director.
Leading national HIV/AIDS and hepatitis public policy, advocacy, research, and education organization is seeking a Policy and Communications Assistant for its Washington DC office.
The NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health is looking for interns help conduct community health assessments to better understand the health needs of and resources available to diverse Asian American communities in NYC.
The Clinical Research Coordinator works on two different projects: (1) NIH study investigating how Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction affects biomarkers of chronic inflammation in HIV-positive persons over age 50; (2) Hepatitis C Outreach, Linkage to Care, & Treatment Program.
Position will be responsible for leading projects to advance local health department program efforts to adapt their HIV, STI, and hepatitis programs to changes in the public health and healthcare systems resulting from the implementation of the ACA.
The Senior Harm Reduction Counselor is responsible for conducting individual and group counseling on topics including sexual risk reduction, IDU risk reduction, HIV and/or Hepatitis C.
The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders offers full-time internships year round. Its purpose is to develop, monitor, and coordinate executive branch efforts to improve the quality of life of AAPIs through increased participation in federal programs.
Provide fundraising, program and administrative support for the activities of the Greater New York Division (Long Island, North Jersey, NYC, Westchester County).
Position will support the implementation of the SFDPH Harm Reduction Policy by providing Capacity Building Services (CBS) and training, as well as support the development of the Harm Reduction Training Institute.
Responsibilities: (1) NIH study investigating how Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction affects biomarkers of chronic inflammation in HIV-positive persons over age 50; (2) Hepatitis C Outreach, Linkage to Care, & Treatment Program.
Job | Linkage to Care Specialist @ The Washington Heights CORNER Project – The Linkage to Care Specialist (LTCS) connects people who use drugs to testing and treatment services and leads initiatives related to care coordination for testing and treatment of hepatitis C
The Testing Center Coordinator is responsible for managing the HIV, viral hepatitis, Tuberculosis, STI, diabetes, hypertension, and pregnancy testing program.
The Policy Analyst will undertake policy analysis, research, communications, coalition building, and other work to win VOCAL campaigns related to ending the hep C epidemic, promoting harm reduction strategies to address drug use, and drug policy reforms that promote health and safety in place of punishment.
The Statewide Organizer will be responsible for building and coordinating VOCAL-NY’s presence in NYS focusing primarily on HIV/AIDS and housing policy, Hepatitis C and Medical Marijuana.
Men’s Health Project Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting high-risk Asian & Pacific Islander (API) gay and non-gay identified men who are MSM ages 21+, and their sex partners ,for individual HIV/STD/Hep C testing, risk reduction counseling and linkage to care.
Charles B. Wang Community Health Center is looking for a Hep B Program Associate to mange their Hep B program which provide low and no-cost screening, monitoring and linkage to care
Hep B United is seeking a social media intern who can assist local coalitions with designing and maintaining a social media presence, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Periscope.
American Liver Foundation is seeking a community education and outreach manager responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of all mission activities.
BOOM!Health is seeking a director of health coordination to oversee HIV and other chronic disease care management services.
Provide training & capacity building services (CBS) on Hepatitis C and other drug user health issues. Lead in creating Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) materials around drug user health. Provide Hepatitis C policy/advocacy.
CCA’s NewRoads to Health program is seeking a qualified individual to coordinate day-to-day activities of a capacity building initiative for at-risk and justice involved adolescents and young adults (ages 13 -24) residing in North/Central Brooklyn.
This position is responsible for performing direct mobile and street outreach to LGBTQ homeless, runaway and street based LGBTQ youth and organizational outreach to community providers in order to connect youth to needed service
The NYC DOHMH Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, Prevention and Control Program is seeking a part-time Program Assistant for a grant-funded Hepatitis C (HCV) Text Based Linkage to Care Project which includes the development and distribution of a printed and online “Hepatitis C Screening and Linkage to Care Toolkit” for medical providers and development of a medical provider website
Mount Sinai is seeking a R/T Peer Navigator to give patients support, guidance for navigating the clinic, and referrals to resources inside and outside of the hospital. He/She will also conduct community outreach and work on Special Projects as needed
NYHRE Harm Reduction Counselors are responsible for providing an array of street and office-based harm reduction services across multiple contracts to individuals engaging in risky behavior, from low-threshold risk reduction education to intensive case management.
The Harm Reduction Specialist will provide engagement and support services, particularly to program participants around drug and alcohol use, sexual health, and self-harm, using a harm reduction model.
ALF is seeking an events manager responsible for fundraising development to ensure the success of the division’s special events initiatives and to achieve its financial goals.
The Viral Hepatitis Program conducts surveillance and reporting, policy, program implementation in areas of prevention, care and treatment, and provider and community outreach. You will: Coordinate program evaluation for contracted viral hepatitis services as part of the CMS INSPIRE grant, develop and update program reports, manage data, quality indicators, and quality improvement activities, organize technical … Continue reading Job | Surveillance Analyst, Viral Hepatitis Program, Bureau of Communicable Diseases @ NYC Health Dept