We are seeking a dynamic individual to act as the coordinator for the Michigan Mental Health Integrated Partnership (MIP). MIP is a collaboration between the State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the University of Michigan (U-M) to develop projects that assist in improving access, quality, and funding for Medicaid services. The goal of the MIP is to improve the lives of Michigan residents by enhancing access to care for consumers and behavioral health care needs and inform integrated care best practices. Through public-private partnerships with provider organizations and community foundations, MIP involves UM clinical experts who work with community partners to implement state-of-the-art integrated mental an physical health services to enhance quality of care and well-being of children and adults from lower income communities in Michigan, with an eye towards improving health and healthcare in Michigan and beyond, In a given fiscal year, MIP supports numerous projects across the health system, involving community stakeholders and State staff, each with different investigators and funders. This position involves components of project coordination, grant administrations, and community-based outreach.
Coordinate and submit Institutional Review Boards (IRB) applications, renewals, and amendments, across projects and between UM and the Michigan Department of health and Human Services.
Coordinate and review proposal submissions and amendments across projects.
Act as the point person and work closely with the State of Michigan/MDHHS staff to ensure that MIP projects align with State priorities and that all requirements are met.
Work closely with grants management to monitor and manage budget expenditures.
Collect review all project quarterly reports and submit to the State.
Receive, review, and submit final reports, including additional deliverables to the State.
Schedule, coordinate, and facilitate quarterly meetings with MIP investigators, as well as annual meetings with the State of Michigan, including a visit to Lansing and a reverse-site visit in Ann Arbor.
Act as a resource to MIP investigators or potential investigators about the MIP process, requirements, and opportunities.
Represent the MIP program at local and regional meetings both at the University of Michigan and at various MDHHS sites.
Represent and attend annual meetings with UM resources to MIP, i.e. Foundation relations, development office, and government relations.
Solicit agenda items for meetings, dispense agendas, and compose meeting minutes.
Coordinate common activities across projects including common utilization and outcomes assessments (budget impact analysis), dissemination of training and implementation methods, information technology, and other resources.
Master's degree in Public health, Social Work, Psychology related health field
4-5 years of experience in a related field
Previous study coordinator / clinical research coordinator experience
Strong interpersonal skills
Able to multi-task and manage competing priorities effectively
Able to work independently and work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders
Computer proficiency (i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, and Poser point)
Exceptions attention to detail, and excellent written and oral communication skills
Willingness to travel throughout Michigan
Previous experience creating and managing budgets and proposal submissions
Previous experience working with grants management and research administration
Experience and knowledge of Michigan Department of health and Human Services initiatives
Experience with EGrAMS
Experience and knowledge of the Medicaid program
Experience and knowledge of Michigan's public behavioral health system
Familiar with the University of Michigan's Institutional Review Board
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