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Care Transformation Collaborative – RI

Financial Administrative Assistant, Part-Time


Financial Administrative Assistant

Part-Time 10 hrs/wk, Remote (RI preferred)
You must have experience in a professional office (supporting professionals and C-suite stakeholders) and have tremendous people skills, energy, customer service skills, communication skills, writing skills, attention to detail and patience. You must be able to coordinate multiple projects and processes, coordinate meetings, manage materials, and coordinate calendars. You must be hard-working, dedicated, intelligent, helpful and responsible. You must excel at being part of a team while working independently.

You must be proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams), the internet, and Zoom. Experience with Survey Monkey, Constant Contact and Adobe very helpful. This position is part-time at 10 hours/week between 8:30-5pm ET, and remote within the contiguous United States (Rhode Island preferred).

This vacancy will be filled immediately.


Interested candidates can apply to Financial Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Providence, RI - Healthcentric Advisors Jobs (


East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP)– East Providence, Newport, RI

Hiring Multiple Positions


  • Physician (East Providence and Newport locations)

  • Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner (East Providence and Newport locations)

  • Health Information Technology Specialist

  • Nursing and Medical Assistants

  • Health Advocates

Interested candidates can apply through the career portal here


Medical-Legal Partnership Boston (MLPB) – MA/RI

Law & Policy Consultant


Law & Policy Consultant: 

MLPB's ( mission is at the forefront of social care innovation and access to justice democratization. The organization helps teams and organizations more effectively connect people to the health-promoting resources and legal protections they seek. MLPB provides law and policy-based training, consultation, and technical assistance to care teams in ways that build their capacity to offer problem-solving support to the people they serve. This work is anchored in MLPB's team-facing legal partnering framework and Unlocking Access capacity-building suite.

MLPB has over 30 partners and collaborators based primarily in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. MLPB partners include health insurers, accountable care organizations/entities (ACOs/AEs), hospitals, public health departments, community health centers and other community organizations. MLPB is also a collaborator on several national research and demonstration projects. MLPB operates under the fiscal sponsorship of TSNE (


The Law & Policy Consultant we recruit will join a passionate, talented team to advance MLPB’s mission. We are looking for a person who can tap general law and policy knowledge and who can train, educate and provide technical assistance to our partners. MLPB’s Law & Policy Consultant will provide capacity-building information to care teams across many domains of health-related social need (HRSN) and social determinants of health (SDOH). Candidates will not provide direct legal representation to individuals, families, communities or organizations; MLPB and its staff do not practice law.



  • Join interdisciplinary team meetings to provide general legal information and problem-solving insight across a range of law and policy domains – a kind of legal generalism.

  • Respond thoughtfully, efficiently, and creatively to a high volume of care team member questions inspired by patient care – both during and outside of interdisciplinary team meetings.

Training and Education:

  • Develop and deliver in-person and web-based trainings that teach workforces about:

    • how law, public policy, and history impact people’s health, well-being and dignity.

    • common obstacles people and populations confront when attempting to access resources and legal protections; and

    • ways care team members can deploy to support people’s problem-solving goals within the boundaries of their professional role.

  • Develop and update reference content, including MLPB’s Digital Digest and companion tools.

Quality Assurance & Continuous Quality Improvement:

  • Maintain timely documentation of all training and consultation activity on a central project management database.

  • Support preparation of regular reports on services and related learning, including trends in barriers to resources and legal protections experienced by people and populations.

  • Supervise interns.

  • Miscellaneous / general non-profit “pitching in.”


We will consider exceptional candidates who demonstrate a strong combination of the specific qualifications and skills described below.

  • Juris Doctorate required.
  • Licensed and in good standing in Rhode Island (licensed and in good standing in Massachusetts or other states preferred but not required).
  • Minimum of 2 years of professionally relevant experience.
  • Previous work experience in an interdisciplinary context.
  • Comfort in a fast-paced and sometimes unpredictable environment.
  • Ability to nimbly translate complex “legalese” into simple and clear communications, both written and verbal.
  • Comfort with continuously developing knowledge about unfamiliar topics.
  • Demonstrated dedication to anti-racism and diversity-, inclusion-, equity- and trauma-informed practices.
  • Demonstrated commitment to contributing to a positive, collegial, and inclusive team environment.
  • Successful background check required.

Compensation and Benefits:

Location: Work will be primarily performed within the state of Rhode Island. Location of work is hybrid; staff currently come together one day per week in-person in a downtown Boston office setting and the balance of work time is based in one’s home office. Candidate should be willing and able to travel outside Rhode Island periodically.

Compensation: The salary range for this position is $70,000-$80,000/yr and is commensurate with experience.

Benefits: This position is eligible for a full benefits package including:

  • Generous Paid-Time-Off (PTO): 12 paid holidays, 3 weeks vacation, 1 week personal holiday, and sick time for full-time staff.
  • 80% Employer-paid, $0 deductible Health Insurance through Harvard Pilgrim.
  • Low-cost MetLife Dental and Vision.
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for Health and Dependent Care.
  • Employer-paid Life, Long- and Short-Term Disability Insurance.
  • Employer-paid Pension through TIAA.
  • ...and more!

Additional Information

  • Deadline to Apply: August 29, 2022
  • Please include the following documents with your application:
  • Resume/CV – Use document upload section in the beginning of the application.
  • Cover letter – You will be prompted to enter a cover letter towards the end of the application and will need to copy paste it into the space available not as an attachment.

Interested candidates can apply through the career portal here

Prospect Medical–  Providence, RI

Community Health Worker


We are hospitals and affiliated medical groups, working closely together for the benefit of every person who comes to us for care. We build comprehensive networks of quality healthcare services that are designed to offer our patients highly coordinated, personalized care and help them live healthier lives. Through collaboration, we strive to provide all of our patients and medical group members with the quality, affordable healthcare they need and deserve.

Community Health Workers (CHWs) play a critical role in improving the health and well-being of patients by using their knowledge of patients’ communities and common lived-experiences. Armed with healthcare training that prioritizes prevention and patient self-management, along with high levels of compassion and strong interpersonal skills. CHWs help patients better navigate medical, behavioral health, and social service systems to meet their needs. The Prospect Community Health Worker (CHW) will assist patients with complex medical, social, and/or behavioral health needs access community-based resources, and fully utilize personal/community support systems, to improve life circumstances leading to better health outcomes. The CHW will provide care coordination services and serve as an integral part of the care management team, collaborating directly with primary care offices, care management, social work, specialists, and others. The CHW will work in the community in a variety of settings, including patient homes, medical offices, inpatient facilities (such as hospitals and EDs), community-based organizations, public facilities, homeless shelters, and more. The CHW will: advocate for patients; empower patients to become effective advocates for their own needs and the needs of their families; identify and support patients overcoming obstacles related to treatment plans and other medical, social, and/or behavioral health services; help patients secure necessary and appropriate medical, social, and/or behavioral health services. The CHW is responsible, along with other members of the Medical Management Team, for contributing to the clinical, quality, financial, and patient satisfaction outcomes.


  • Acts as a peer support for enrolled patients, building relationships with individuals and their families and advocating for patients as they navigate the medical system.

  • Assist members in identifying their goals (health, behavioral, social, etc.) and provide assistance and support in achieving those goals.

  • Attends and contributes to Team Conferences regarding care to/for specific patients.

  • Coordinates with care management and other members of interdisciplinary team to report on patient progress and confer if interventions require modification.

  • Engages with patients and families across care settings such as the transition from hospital to home.

  • Regarding the above, relays relevant information to Care Management and Primary Care providers to improve future patient experience.

  • Assists the patient in addressing the following: Health-Related Social Needs/ Social Determinants of Health and Health, Behavioral Health, Substance Use. HRSN/SDOH Include: housing insecurity/homelessness, substandard housing conditions, food/nutrition, transportation, utilities, exposure to violence, social isolation, language/ communication barriers, cultural isolation, parenting/educational skills, elder care, parent-child conflict, family relations issues, recreational activities, and more. Health, Behavioral Health, Substance Use Including: assisting with medical appointments (scheduling, confirmation, reminders, transportation, follow-up), effective engagement with primary care, medical assistance, insurance enhancements, prescriptions, medical equipment, dental care, chronic condition management including health education/prevention, barriers to treatment-plan-compliance including medication adherence, facilitating services to address BH/SUD needs of patient and/or family members across all levels of need (mild/moderate/severe) from treatment to recovery.

  • Assists in completing applications, forms, and acquiring additional documentation as required.  Reviews and verifies the accuracy of required paperwork.   Works under the direction of Social Work, in coordination with Prospect Care Management, Primary Care Physician (PCP) staff, AE Program Director, Prospect Behavioral Health, and other care coordination staff to determine plan-of-care management, coordinate and complete care plan-related activities, and meet the medical, social, and/or behavioral health needs of attributed patients. 

  • Attends relevant training as necessary to maintain professional certification and/or knowledge.

  • Other duties as assigned within the scope of position expectations.


  • Minimum Education: High School Diploma or equivalent required. 

  • Minimum Experience: Lived experience – this includes any combination of cultural background, lifestyle, health condition factors - similar to that of patients attributed to the PHSRI Medicaid AE. Knowledge of and experience navigating medical, social, and/or behavioral health systems. Minimum of one (1) year of experience in community/outpatient settings preferred. Bilingual (Spanish/English, Portuguese/English) preferred.

  • Req. Certification/Licensure: RI CHW Certification OR a commitment and plan upon hiring to complete certification.

Interested candidates can apply through the career portal here

State of Rhode Island

Rhode Island COVID-19 Response

There’s still work to be done to crush COVID and there are several job openings available today!

Our Mission

The mission of the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island is to lead the transformation of primary care in Rhode Island in the context of an integrated health care system; and to improve the quality of care, the patient experience of care, the affordability of care, and the health of the populations we serve.