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CHCI offers an exciting and fast-paced environment for motivated individuals interested in effecting systemic change across the health care industry. Learn more about opportunities to join our team and explore the space we work in below. 

Current openings


Advanced Fellowship in Health Services Research The Advanced Fellowship in Health Services Research is a two-year opportunity sponsored and managed by the Nudge Unit and the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP). It is designed for post-doctoral investigators and physicians who have research experience and would like to pursue a career with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The focus areas of the fellowship are health equity and behavioral economics. Learn more about the program and application timeline here.

Transforming the Generation and Adoption of PCOR in Practice (T‐GAPP) program  The T-GAPP program is designed to advance the nation's leadership capacity in deploying patient‐centered outcomes research within learning health systems (LHS). The program aims to support junior faculty who seek academic careers as independent investigators in LHS/PCOR through training in the generation, adoption and implementation of evidence that improves health care quality and safety. T-GAPP scholars receive two years of support, including $80,000 in salary support plus research funds up to $25,000 for each year of the program. Learn more here.

Online courses in health care innovation

The University of Pennsylvania offers an online master's degree in health care innovation for individuals interested in learning how to influence policy, change behavior, improve operations, and apply innovation within their organization. Designed by the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, the Master of Health Care Innovation (MHCI) program connects working health care professionals worldwide to lead change. Learn more about this 20-month degree, professional development noncredit courses, and free continuing education opportunities here.