The Health Care Federal Relations and Public Policy intern works primarily with the Joint Commission Government Relations office in Washington, DC and the intern will be based in Washington, DC. The intern will assist the DC office staff with specific projects related to national health care policies, health care legislation, and Joint Commission’s advocacy agenda. The internship is an 8-week program beginning June 4, 2018. The Health Care Federal Relations and Public Policy internship offers students the opportunity to build and strengthen skills particularly in research, analysis, and writing. In addition, the internship provides an opportunity for the student to gain an understanding of how health care organizations and other stakeholders advocate for health care policies, build relationships with executive branch officials, and interact with legislators.
Two internships available.
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