Measure Manager (Part Time/Contract)
Looking to make an impact? Owl Insights is a healthcare IT company committed to transforming behavioral health through measurement-based care. Conceived at the University of Washington, the company was co-founded by a psychologist and an IT professional. We are focused on delivering an integrated measure feedback system (MFS), which enables patients to share relevant information about their treatment with their clinicians. The “Owl” MFS contains a digital library of ~100 evidence-based patient-reported outcome measures (PROM) as well as many ideographic measures of treatment progress and process. We’re recruiting a psychologist with expertise in the use of quantitative measurement to improve healthcare treatment. Position is part-time, between 10-20 hrs. per week, and can be performed remotely. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Define Measures Strategy and Roadmap
– Engage with Sales Team and Senior Leadership to understand the pipeline and product direction, and develop a roadmap for measures development
– Identify and drive usage of key measures (generate meaningful data)
– Drive ongoing quality and accuracy improvements to the measurement feedback system platform
Maintain the Measures Library
– Update and coordinate publishing of measures (maintain versioning)
– Manage retirement of old and low use measures (research usage and manage customer communications)
– Correspond with authors and licensees to secure permissions and licensing of measures as necessary
– Conduct research for measures (survey literature and gather citations)
– Provide guidance to customers regarding requests to customize screens and measures
– Develop measure specifications for technical development
– Clinically validate measures (post development and technical QA)
- PhD; Clinical or Quantitative Psychology, or close to completion of Ph.D.
- Knowledge of measurement and evidence-based assessment OR
- Clinical Background with experience in evidence-based diagnostic screening and routine outcome monitoring
- Familiarity with Item Response Theory (IRT) and Computerized Adaptive Tests (CAT)
Contact: Corey Fagan, Ph.D.