Who we are

CAQH is a non-profit alliance of health plans and trade associations developing and leading initiatives that positively impact the business of healthcare.

Your career with CAQH

The success of CAQH is driven by our most important asset - the CAQH Team, which includes innovative and passionate individuals who seek the opportunity to make a real difference in the healthcare system. We hire accomplished, results-oriented professionals who have the creativity, talent, and applicable experience to contribute to the achievement of our mission.

2016 Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work

The CAQH Team enjoys a fast-paced environment, regular collaboration, and interesting work that is substantively relevant to the rapidly changing Industry.

CAQH has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2016 Best Places to Work in Healthcare.  Each year the program identifies outstanding employers in healthcare based on extensive feedback provided by employees in a satisfaction and engagement survey.

CAQH provides competitive compensation and supports work / life balance through generous benefits, including medical, dental, vision, tuition assistance, and a retirement program. Our location in downtown Washington, DC is metro-accessible, has an on-site fitness center and is well located to enable the Team to take advantage of local business, cultural, dining and social opportunities. 

View our open positions and consider how joining CAQH can be the right career choice for you. Click here to register and apply for an open position. Qualified candidates identified during the selection process will be contacted with futher details.

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The CORE Project Manager manages the day-to-day activities of CAQH CORE operating rule development, research, maintenance and implementation. This includes facilitating industry work groups which include 20 to 60 individuals from participating CAQH CORE organizations representing all stakeholder communities – health plans, providers, clearinghouses, and software vendors. A successful CORE Project manager must possess a unique blend of research and facilitation skills; a big-picture vision, and the drive to make that a reality.

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The Director of Operations has overall responsibility for the business operations of a growing portfolio of nationwide industry utilities aimed at streamlining business processes across the healthcare system. The role manages a team that directs and oversees vendor-operated service centers located in three countries. These service centers provide call center, document processing, data entry, fulfillment and other production support functions to providers, health plans and other users of CAQH services.

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Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of State Relations is responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with state agencies, state health plan and provider associations and other related bodies in order to assure that the CAQH agenda and interests are advanced in states across the country.

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The Intern is responsible for assisting with the goals and objectives of the Explorations area, including the CAQH research portfolio consisting of both internally identified and externally-focused research projects in the area of healthcare business simplification. This is an exciting role for someone that wants to learn and experience first-hand how healthcare industry stakeholders collaborate to streamline the business of healthcare. The Intern will provide support to many aspects of the CAQH research initiatives, with substantial contribution to the development of a short report focused on provider data. Interns will be expected to work 15-20 hours per week for 12 weeks.

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The Product Manager guides the team that is charged with delivering product line contribution for one or more innovative solutions that transform the healthcare system. This includes increasing sales and user adoption of existing products and helping develop new solutions based on industry experience and your contact with customers and prospects. The Product Manager reports to the Director, Product Management in the CAQH Solutions organization; the position is full time, exempt.

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This position is responsible for strategy, prioritization, design and tracking of an ongoing, continuous series of provider outreach activities to increase provider awareness and participation in all applicable CAQH Solutions initiatives. 

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This position is responsible for maximizing organizational growth and revenue by identifying opportunities and consultatively selling CAQH Solutions to decision-makers at a variety of United States healthcare entities. Must be able to independently manage the full sales cycle from lead generation through contract closure and transition to Account Management. Must have experience using consultative sales techniques to generate interest and move prospects through the sales cycle to signed contract.

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The Solution Architect is responsible for working with clients and other CAQH staff to solve large, complicated problems in a variety of areas across the business of healthcare.  Through collaboration and innovation, the Solution Architect works with customers, product managers, user interaction designers, software developers and other stakeholders to improve existing solutions and develop new ones that solve real market problems for providers, patients and health plans. The Solution Architect reports to the Director of Product Management; the position is full time, exempt.

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CAQH is an equal opportunity employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans). 

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