Founded in 1985, Health Care For All (HCFA) is one of the most important state-based consumer health advocacy organizations in the country. HCFA’s mission is to promote health justice by working to reduce disparities and ensure coverage and access for all.
HCFA works to expand health care access, improve quality and control costs in Massachusetts through its sponsorship of numerous policy advocacy coalitions. These coalitions bring together a wide variety of organizations to work in concert to make health care changes. By uniting diverse constituencies, HCFA is able to magnify its policy reach on many fronts. HCFA also helps thousands of individuals enroll in and renew their health coverage each year through our consumer assistance HelpLine. We use the health care access barriers that HelpLine callers report to inform our state-level health advocacy agenda.
The organization’s achievements include leading four waves of broad Massachusetts health reform, including legislation in 2006 that was the precursor for the Affordable Care Act. The latest legislation in 2012 resulted in the nation’s first comprehensive law aimed at controlling health care cost growth through adoption of alternative payment methodologies, care coordination, and investments in technology, wellness and prevention.
Today HCFA is taking a leadership role once again in the campaigns that will be necessary to defend the progress we have made in health care access, quality and affordability. For more information, please visit www.hcfama.org.
The Oral Health Integration Project is an initiative at HCFA that seeks to advance the integration of dental services into medical care delivery in Massachusetts. The project is part of a multi-year effort to improve lifelong oral health and reduce dental disease in children by building a network of stakeholders committed to shifting attitudes toward oral health. HCFA’s Oral Health Integration Project seeks to address these priorities in close collaboration with targeted stakeholders including providers, insurers, advocates, and health care consumers.
The Oral Health Project Manager is a grant funded position that oversees the development and implementation of broad-based advocacy campaigns dedicated to the integration of dental care into medical care. This experienced health policy professional will be tasked with shaping ambitious efforts aimed at restructuring and improving oral health care delivery in Massachusetts.
The individual will conduct policy analysis, drive advocacy, and lead coalitions. This role will manage areas of work that include project management, strategy development, and serving as the public face of HCFA’s innovative oral health reform campaign. Working closely with policy, research, and communications staff, the Oral Health Project Manager works towards established goals and deliverables in collaboration with key stakeholders and policy makers.
The Oral Health Project Manager is supervised by the Co-Director of Government Relations and Policy.
Health Care For All is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color, women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Founded in 1985, Health Care For All (HCFA) is one of the most important state-based consumer health advocacy organizations in the country. HCFA’s mission is to promote health justice by working to reduce disparities and…
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