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Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Job Opening on the Chronic Disease Team: Digital Inclusion and Telehealth Specialist


The Diabetes, Cardiovascular Health and Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (DCVHADRD) Unit is looking for a Digital Inclusion and Telehealth Specialist to join our team. This position serves to be the main point of contact within the Health Promotions and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch and the Children, Youth, and Families Branch regarding strategic efforts to enable improved and equitable population health outcomes through telehealth policy and adoption in Colorado. This position will work across the continuum of telehealth efforts, including broadband, digital literacy and inclusion, state and federal regulations, payer coverage, patient access, and health system implementation. Specifically, this position will collaborate, through a lens of health equity, with internal programs and external entities possessing an interest in advancing digital inclusion and telehealth in Colorado.

What we're looking for:
  • Curiosity and self-motivation to learn, research, explore and grow the branch’s telehealth expertise and strategy;
  • Experience with collaborative efforts at the state level and understanding of related public policy and systems efforts;
  • Excellent communication skills, both in written and verbal formats, with an ability to adapt a style to fit diverse audiences of varying technical levels and a strong ability to facilitate, organize and motivate partners;
  • An appreciation for team culture, considering coaching and supporting others, seeking feedback for professional growth, and collaboration with your teammates a core part of your own success;
  • An understanding of, and potentially experience in the deployment of public health approaches, governmental approaches, health systems, health information exchange, and health data use;
  • Strong organizational and project management skills, including the ability to set, track, and accomplish priorities, goals, and timetables to achieve maximum productivity, knowing the status of activities at all times;
  • An awareness (and ability to apply knowledge of) the historical roots of the racial and socioeconomic health inequities that exist today.

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