WCRI is recognized worldwide as the leading public policy research organization on workers’ compensation issues. WCRI conducts and publishes peer-reviewed studies, benchmarks system performance, analyzes trends and the impacts of reforms, and examines a wide range of labor economics and health policy issues. The studies meet high standards of publishable journal articles, while providing practical, actionable research findings that are regularly used by public officials and diverse system stakeholders to improve their systems. However, WCRI does not take positions on issues nor make recommendations. WCRI maintains a proprietary database with detailed information on over 30 million episodes of illness and injury. For a subset of these episodes, it collects patient outcome data via telephone interviews.
WCRI seeks a full time SAS Programmer. An individual in this position will work with researchers and project managers to provide comprehensive analytic support across multiple projects. The SAS Programmer will work with large, complex insurance claim databases from diverse sources and develop/modify/document programs to support statistical analyses for peer reviewed studies of healthcare and public policy issues.
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail to HR, WCRI, 955 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA, 02139.
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