The Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) seeks a dynamic, distinguished executive to serve as its inaugural Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO). This is a unique leadership opportunity to improve health and health care for all Coloradans.
Based in Denver, Colorado, CIVHC is a growing nonprofit that works extensively with the State of Colorado and other partners nationwide. Their mission is to equip partners and communities in Colorado and nationwide with the resources, services and unbiased data needed to improve health and health care. They work to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to be healthy and has access to equitable, affordable, high-quality health care. As the administrator of the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (APCD), CIVHC is part of a small but expanding industry using comprehensive claims data to derive insights and support improvements in the health care system.
All-Payer Payer Claims Databases (APCDs) exist to collect and analyze healthcare claims data from multiple sources, including commercial health insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid. APCDs aim to provide a comprehensive view of health care utilization and spending in a given geographic area or state, allowing policymakers, researchers, and others to identify trends, inefficiencies, and opportunities to improve care and reduce costs. The data collected can also be used to support efforts to monitor and address health disparities, improve quality of care, and promote transparency and accountability in the healthcare system.
The Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) will work directly with the CEO and will be responsible for developing and implementing the organization's financial strategy and overseeing CIVHC's administrative processes. The CFAO will work closely with the CEO to execute the organization's strategic plan with an eye toward long-term sustainability and collaborate with staff and other partners to build a supportive and inclusive organizational culture. The CFAO will have high-level oversight of, and overall responsibility for finance, client services and state contracts, communications and marketing, as well as internal business operations, including human resources and information technology.
The ideal candidate should have 10 years of experience in a similar role or a master's degree in finance or accounting. They must have a minimum of ten years of progressive financial senior management experience, knowledge of contract/grant budgeting/reporting procedures and requirements, experience in building and leading high-performing teams, and a partnership mentality.
This position's minimum pay range starts at a base salary of $160,000 plus the opportunity for up to a 15% annual bonus. Benefits include full medical, dental, and other health benefits as well as paid time off, and other retirement benefits. This position allows the candidate to work a hybrid schedule. The successful candidate is expected to be on-site regularly and should live within a reasonable commute of the Denver, Colorado office.