Berkeley Research Group

  • Managing Consultant - Healthcare Performance Improvement Practice – Care Coordination

    Job Locations US
    Posted Date 7 months ago(8/22/2018 11:02 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Consulting Staff
  • Overview

    Berkeley Research Group works with standalone community hospitals, multihospital health systems, and major academic medical centers to achieve greater results through transformational performance improvement. Our consultants have years of experience assisting hospitals with reducing labor and non-labor costs and improving revenue cycle operations. Our expert data analysts, physicians, and other clinicians aggregate complex clinical, cost, and quality data to better inform decision making and engage physicians in driving cost and quality improvements through clinical redesign.


    Managing Consultants demonstrate a thorough understanding of all technical and management aspects of client service. Managing Consultants are capable of planning, budgeting, executing and delivering discreet complex technical segments of large projects or all aspects of small or medium sized client assignments.  This includes the delegation and monitoring of tasks performed by other team members and critically auditing all work performed under their supervision.

    Managing Consultants frequently assist in developing solutions, creating large portions of client deliverables under supervision, and are expected to provide meaningful intellectual contributions to the engagement.  They may be a regular point of contact for the client on an engagement. 


    Managing Consultants have developed a thorough understanding of the standards and procedures that are required in delivering client work product in their primary areas of expertise, and have a deep knowledge of their discipline.

    Managing Consultants are also responsible for actively participating in the career development of Associates, Senior Associates, and Consultants on their engagement teams or office.  Managing Consultants continue to expand firm-building activities by assuming managerial roles in the office for such functions as recruiting, training, or staff coordination. They also begin to participate in developing project proposals and other


    BRG is headquartered in Emeryville, California, with 40 offices across the United States and in Australia, Canada, Latin America, and the United Kingdom. This position offers advancement opportunities within a rapidly growing expert services and consulting firm.


    • Knowledge of care management models, care coordination, transition of care concepts, and outcomes-driven care planning
    • Basic understanding of system and process evaluation of health system, hospital, and group practice settings that aligns case management practice and process within the framework of patient-centered care
    • Time management skills to be able to handle more than one engagement at a time.
    • Facilitations skills – ability to facilitate workgroup or design sessions, planning and implementing new processes with physicians, nurses and other non-clinicians
    • Resource management skills (related to BRG/client resources)
    • Areas of knowledge and expertise to include:
    • Clinical skills: Thorough and holistic understanding of patient and disease process management through the continuum of care
    • Moderate to advanced understanding of real-time progression-of-care management, care coordination
    • Basic knowledge of resource management (reduction of practice variations and costs per case)
    • Clinical insight and understanding of at least one major software support system available for case management and care coordination services (i.e. Allscripts, Morrissey)
    • Moderate to advanced understanding of access to care, accurate level of care and continuous monitoring against nationally recognized acute care criteria such as Milliman®
    • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing required, Master’s degree in Nursing preferred, Master’s Degree in Social Work, Licensed as Clinical or Medical Social Worker Required; Case Management Certification preferred – CMSA or ACMA


    • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or other health related field.
    • MSN, MHA, or MBA preferred
    • Five or more years of progressive Perioperative Services managerial experience in a Health System
    • Prior consulting experience in a professional services firm

    Candidate must be able to submit verification of his/her legal right to work in the United States, without company sponsorship. 


    BRG is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.


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