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Health Policy Director

Health Policy Director
Organization: American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date Posted: 11/10/2023

Facilitate overall regulatory advocacy and health policy strategy:

Provide expert guidance on physician payment and health care finance issues, ensuring consistency in communications, practice management content, and member education.

Educate about regulatory issues:

Educate committees, board, staff, and volunteers about regulatory issues affecting pain medicine.

Support for ASRA Pain Medicine representatives:

Serve as the primary staff support for ASRA Pain Medicine representatives to the AMA CPT and RUC. Support includes document review, meeting preparation, attendance, and necessary research.

AMA delegation support:

Support ASRA Pain Medicine’s AMA delegation for annual and interim meetings.

Content creation:

Write issue briefs, response letters, news items, blog posts, news releases, etc., related to pain medicine.

ASRA Coder oversight:

Oversee the annual update of ASRA Coder, an app with coding information for the field.

Coalition meeting representation:

Attend coalition meetings on behalf of ASRA Pain Medicine and report outcomes to leadership.

Volunteer training:

Train or coordinate training for volunteers in health policy and regulatory advocacy roles.

Government collaboration:

Collaborate with federal contacts to educate them on pain medicine issues.

Committee support:

Support the Guidelines and Regulatory Advocacy and Practice Management committees.

Regulatory contractor oversight:

Oversee regulatory contractors to track regulatory issues.

Additional responsibilities:

Other related responsibilities may be assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree required (Statistics, economics, healthcare finance, public policy, regulatory policy, or public health degree preferred).
  • Five to seven years’ experience in a similar role within a medical association or society.
  • Experience with AMA RUC and CPT required.
  • Experience with a regulatory agency a plus.
  • Executive presence and awareness.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Outstanding communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Deep understanding of the healthcare regulatory environment.
  • Ability to prioritize and carry out responsibilities independently or as part of a team.
  • Diplomacy, discretion, independent judgment.
  • Ability to build collaborative, working relationships with volunteers from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to travel, work the time it takes to get the job done, and lift up to 20 pounds, as necessary.

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