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Agency Marketing Statement


DO NOT APPLY THROUGH USAJOBS. APPLY AT www.cbo.gov/careers The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. If you're looking for a job where you can analyze budgetary and economic effects of public policies, provide nonpartisan, objective analysis, support the Congress, and work with some of the brightest minds in policy analysis, CBO just might be the right place for you.



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Congressional Budget Office

Experienced Health Economist, AD-0110-11/12/13/14/15


Announcement Number:
19-47
Application Deadline:
09/15/2019
Job Location:
Open Date:
08/14/2019
Salary Range:
$90,000.00
$165,000.00
Location Notes:
Directly across from metro
Pay Schedule:
Annual
Work Schedule:
Full Time
Time Limit:
Permanent
Promotion Potential:
0
Number of Vacancies:
1




Agency Marketing Statement:

  • DO NOT APPLY THROUGH USAJOBS. APPLY AT www.cbo.gov/careers

    The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. If you're looking for a job where you can analyze budgetary and economic effects of public policies, provide nonpartisan, objective analysis, support the Congress, and work with some of the brightest minds in policy analysis, CBO just might be the right place for you.

Duties:

  • The Health, Retirement, and Long-Term Analysis Division (HRLD) is seeking an experienced health economist to contribute to a variety of projects, analyses, and modeling on issues related to prescription drugs.

    HRLDs recently completed work includes multiple analyses of how changes to the Affordable Care Act would affect insurance coverage and federal health care spending, an analysis of prices for and spending on specialty drugs, an analysis of the key design components and considerations for establishing a single-payer health care system, and long-term projections of spending in federal health care programs. Ongoing work includes studies about prescription drugs, single-payer systems, the Medicare Advantage program, preventive health services, populations enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid, and factors affecting the prices of medical care. Analysts are also encouraged to turn projects and independent research into CBO working papers and outside publications. The successful candidate will help develop new studies about prescription drugs and will help design and improve the analytical models that underlie them.


Contact Information:

Annita Gulati Cox
2022262628
careers@cbo.gov
careers@cbo.gov

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