Careers

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.

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

 

Modern Healthcare Best Places Award 2018

 

CAQH has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the "Best Places to Work in Healthcare" for three consecutive years. 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 Account Manager is responsible for developing and managing relationships with assigned CAQH accounts. The position requires a demonstrated ability to develop and manage complex relationships, identify customer needs, develop and execute plans and effectively identify and communicate value propositions to multiple decision makers.
The Account Manager is responsible for developing and managing relationships with assigned CAQH accounts. The position requires a demonstrated ability to develop and manage complex relationships, identify customer needs, develop and execute plans and effectively identify and communicate value propositions to multiple decision makers.
Supports the day-to-day activities of the Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE), an initiative of CAQH. Serves a critical role in assisting the healthcare industry with the development and implementation of healthcare operating rules. 
The Data Analyst II will leverage data and other resources to identify actionable trends and patterns that support business, technology and operations decision-making. Through a combination of deep domain expertise, expert product knowledge and strong data skills, the Data Analyst will turn data into information, information into insight, and insight into business decisions.
Data is CAQH’s most critical asset and you will change how we think about and manage it. The Data Architect is the designer and architect of CAQH’s data analytics solutions working across product teams and solutions, responsible for the creation and the enhancement of innovative data solutions that transform the healthcare system.
The Manager, Client Implementations – CAQH ProView is responsible for maximizing organizational growth and revenue by leading the coordination of all client implementations for CAQH Solutions. The client implementation process begins when deals are sold and ends when the client is live on the solution and fully satisfied, at which time the client is officially transitioned to account management.
Working in concert with the Managing Director, Marketing and Communications, the Communications Manager has responsibility for planning and developing media relations strategies, writing media materials and conducting media outreach to promote CAQH and its programs.
This position is responsible for maximizing product revenue growth by driving new sales for CAQH ProView, SanctionsTrack, COB, VeriFide, EnrollHub and DirectAssure solutions. The individual must be able to identify prospects, conduct outreach, consultatively present each CAQH Solution to close and contract for new business.
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. A successful Product Manager must possess a unique blend of business and technical savvy; a big-picture vision, and the drive to make that a reality. 
The Sr Associate, Provider Engagement is responsible for securing the participation of large healthcare provider groups – including hospitals, health systems and independent physician associations – in a healthcare IT solution that automates the process of collecting and sharing provider data with their contracted health plans.
The Sr. Product Analyst is responsible for working with Product Management to bridge the R&D efforts of our data science team to the market needs of health plan and healthcare provider stakeholders using the CAQH ProView platform. This will involve defining, analyzing, and documenting business requirements for specific provider data use cases emerging within health plans.
The Senior Technology Manager is the development interface between internal product managers and external solution providers, responsible for the creation and the enhancement of innovative solutions that transform the healthcare system. 

CAQH is an equal opportunity employer. (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans). We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, national origin or ancestry, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, presence of children, pregnancy, sexual orientation, genetic status, gender identity, mental or physical handicap, status as a covered veteran, status as a qualified disabled individual, except where sex is a bona fide occupational requirement, or where disability status is a bona fide occupational disqualification or any other legally protected status.

Applicants have rights under Federal Laws under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Equal Employment Opportunity Supplement, and the Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA). 

If you are interested in applying for employment with CAQH and need special assistance or an accommodation to apply for a posted position, contact our Human Resources department at 202-517-0400. 

Please click here to register and apply for an open position.