Identifies, analyzes and tracks national and federal health-related information in support of The Joint Commission’s goals and priorities. Supports the Washington Office staff in their legislative, public policy daily, important and regulatory work so that The Joint Commission is aware of, and up-to-date on significant issues, regulations, and other relevant information that would affect its advocacy, policymaking, standards development, survey operations and other strategic initiatives important to The Joint Commission. Ensures timely communications of this information to central office staff in order to fully inform them of national issues affecting The Joint Commission’s work. Attends external meetings, hearings, briefings, policy discussions, etc. on behalf of the Joint Commission. Receives additional assignments from Associate Director/Director as needed.
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE AND SPECIAL SKILLS REQUIRED