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Healthcare Insights Lead

The Healthcare Insights Lead will drive analysis, strategic problem solving, and client leadership to support our work to improve health and human service delivery.

Interested in Applying?

To apply, reach out to [email protected] with a few lines about your interest and an overview of your experiences to date (LinkedIn or resume both great).

Work with us

We are looking for a Healthcare Insights Lead to drive client-facing program design projects spanning topics like eldercare/dual eligible Medicare/Medicaid members, infant and maternal health, addiction services, and more.

The role will primarily be focused on connecting insights to practice, touching on a range of topics related to healthcare delivery for the Medicaid and uninsured populations, including: state policy and regulatory activity, investment trends, and emerging technologies that may support improved outcomes in various health contexts.  

Specifically, the Healthcare Insights Lead will:

  • Drive creative problem solving on healthcare delivery topics, including using classic management consulting and strategy skills, as well as by synthesizing research, analysis and other information across disparate sources
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis, and develop thoughtful perspectives on policy trends, best practices, and promising funding streams
  • Create materials, including in Excel and PowerPoint, to convey findings
  • Support strong project delivery by collaborating with a team to support ad hoc needs 
  • Contribute to the growth of a small, impact-driven team in whatever ways you’re most interested in, across our work!


Strong preference for candidates with demonstrated interest in improving public or social service delivery and experience in a dynamic, growth-oriented organization. Excitement about meeting new people, building great teams and thinking creatively about network building will be important to this role!

We are based in Cincinnati and New York City – of course, with flexibility for remote options.

This is a full-time, salaried role with full health benefits, 20 days paid time off + company holidays and life and disability insurance. Compensation for the role is $105k – $130k, with range depending on experience.

Improving public service delivery requires a team with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

17A is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, protected veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, familial status, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, or status regarding public assistance.

We encourage and welcome applicants who identify with groups traditionally underrepresented in government to apply.

Please contact Kaija at [email protected], if you would like to request reasonable accommodation during the application or interviewing process.

You could be a great fit for this role if you have:

  • Passion for our work! You’re committed to advancing the quality and effectiveness of public service delivery, specifically in healthcare
  • Demonstrated knowledge of basic health care policy concepts
  • Ability to effectively communicate insights, verbally and in written materials that are clear and digestible
  • Experience managing your own time and balancing competing priorities
  • Interest and experience in thorough research, encompassing literature review, landscape analysis, and identifying trends
  • Background in management consulting preferred

How we work, and how you might, too:

  • Curiosity-driven communication style – listening, responding, and engaging effectively with diverse types of people
  • Creative, collaborative, and down-to-earth approach – we take our work seriously but love to laugh!
  • Comfort with ambiguity and ability to wrangle big ideas into digestible components
  • Commitment to excellence – not just getting things done, but getting things right