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Job Title: Impact Investment Intern, Health Team
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Organization: Quantified Ventures
Posted: 11/25/2019
Type: Internship
Classification: Health Care Consulting
Industry: Public/Private For Profit
Number of Openings: 2
Location: Washington,  DC    USA
Compensation: Paid
Position Description: Summer 2020 Internship Impact Investment Intern, Health and Human Services Washington, DC

Roles and Responsibilities The summer intern will be an integral part of our team and will be expected to produce necessary deliverables for clients and to support day-to-day needs of other colleagues in the health team. Responsibilities will include:

Working with QV Staff to produce deliverables for our health clients, including:

Research, analysis, and synthesis to inform strategy and provide tailored client recommendations

Cost-benefit analyses and economic models to forecast outcomes, cost savings and/or cash flows

Investment-grade, client-facing PowerPoint presentations.

Conducting research on:

Common issue areas impacting the members/patients of our clients (e.g. risk-bearing health systems, Medicaid/Medicare health plans).

Innovations and promising or evidence-based solutions to move the needle on the identified health issues

Federal and State health market and regulatory trends enabling and/or supporting further opportunities for outcomes-based financing

Supporting business development initiatives by helping with research on prospects and crafting proposals for services.

Qualifications: Qualifications Quantified Ventures is a fast-paced, creative, supportive, and collaborative environment that keeps clients’ needs front and center. We are seeking entrepreneurial candidates with the drive, can-do attitude, creativity, commitment to innovation, and attention to detail to help the Quantified Ventures team advance its mission. More specifically, candidates must have:

A Bachelor’s degree (required). Candidates currently enrolled in a graduate program are preferred.

At least 2 years of direct health and/or healthcare industry experience in the areas of finance, economics, business management, strategy, or related field;

Recent experience working with healthcare provider practices, hospitals, health systems, health plans or related types of entities;

Advanced expertise in Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel;

Strong quantitative and qualitative research skills, and an aptitude for critical thinking and complex problem solving;

Strong people and program management skills, with practice navigating complex projects and partner relationships;

Excellent written and oral communications skills, including the ability to quickly research, synthesize, and summarize critical findings on unfamiliar topics;

A broad understanding of value-based care, Medicare, and Medicaid;

Understanding of social determinants of health;

Top-notch listening and communications skills;

An ability to bring humor, curiosity, joy and humility into this groundbreaking work;

Passion for advancing the field of outcomes-based financing, and;

Proof of U.S. work authorization.

Organization Description: About Quantified Ventures Quantified Ventures is an outcomes-based capital firm that drives transformative health, social, and environmental impact. Through a process of identification, due diligence, and structuring, we design outcomes-based financial transactions for clients, helping to deploy impact capital to scale proven social and environmental solutions. We operate in two teams, Health & Environment, across four practice areas: Health & Human Services, Urban & Coastal Resilience, Agriculture, and Forestry & Land Use.

The large and growing market for impact investment capital challenges the notion that there has to be a trade-off between financial and social returns. By deploying impact capital to social enterprises that are both demonstrating positive impact and achieving sustainability, we can build capacity to address the world’s most pressing challenges. At Quantified Ventures, we simplify access to impact capital to scale solutions and interventions that drive true social change through innovative financing mechanisms.

We design and execute outcomes-based transactions from beginning to end. Our work includes:

Prospect due diligence: Analyzing business operations, target markets, working experience, growth strategy, and other areas before determining whether to work with a prospect.

Feasibility assessments: Ensuring service provider and payor readiness to participate in outcomes-based contracts.

Regulatory and compliance analysis: In the government-sponsored healthcare space, ensuring that financial transactions are fully compliant with State and, in some cases, Federal regulations is vital in mitigating investor and project risk.

Project management and contract / transaction structuring: Moving multiple stakeholders through our methodology while being attentive, responsive, and flexible to their individual needs is a requirement to efficiently structure a transaction.

Evaluation design: We help determine, with stakeholders, the desired level of rigor to evaluate the effectiveness of the project.

Financial modeling and outcomes pricing: We develop the budgets or models required to enable scale and project success, and then layer on projected outcomes, timelines, outcomes effect sizes, and projected cost savings, leveraging payor historical data to establish baselines.

Capital sourcing: We help our clients develop growth plans, prioritize and reach out to potential investors, and advise on term negotiations with the goal of sourcing the required capital to scale interventions and social impact.

Post-project launch management: Once the capital is secured, the project begins. While much of Quantified Ventures’ work is related to structuring investable projects, there is a large role that we play in ensuring the ongoing success of the project by managing the contract and evaluation model, while knowing when to adjust course to maximize the likelihood of achieving outcomes.

About the Health and Human Services Team Our Health and Human Services practice creates opportunities for healthcare organizations to test partnerships with community-based service organizations seeking scaling capital to advance promising solutions. We collaborate with Medicaid Managed Care organizations, health systems, and other entities that assume financial risk for individuals and populations by supporting them in their transition to value-based care. We help quantify the full value of interventions, identify potential repayment sources and means, and attract external capital from the large and expanding pool of investors seeking both social and financial returns. This work enables healthcare companies and human services organizations to collaboratively test and scale innovative solutions that address critical and often unmet needs.

Closing Date: 2/25/2020
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Contact Name: Gurbani Singh,  Impact Investment Intern, Health Team
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How to Apply: Timing Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning November 21, 2019 and ending January 31, 2020. Interviews will be conducted mid January and February, 2020.

The summer internship will run for two and a half months from early June through Mid-August. Start and end dates can be flexible to University schedule. Interns are expected to work full-time.

Compensation While this is a paid internship, we encourage students to seek matching support from their university, where available.

Application Please send a cover letter and resume to Gurbani Singh at with the subject line of “Health Summer Intern Application.”

Additional Information: Quantified Ventures, LLC is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, or genetic information.

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