The Medicine Institute of the Cleveland Clinic is seeking a mid-career investigator for its Center for Value-Based Care Research. The Center has 8 full-time investigators, including MDs and PhDs, and strong institutional support with the goal of improving population health and reducing costs through practice redesign, information technology, and evidence-based, patient-centered care. Faculty appointments are available through the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Candidates should be at the level of associate professor and have an MD or a PhD with advanced training in large database analysis, outcomes research, qualitative methods, biostatistics, health information technology, behavioral economics, cost-effectiveness, or shared medical decision making. Applicants interested in hospital medicine, cardiovascular disease, preventive medicine, chronic disease management and geriatrics/palliative care are particularly welcome. Qualifications include a track record of peer-reviewed publications and external funding. Investigators will have access to exceptional clinical data sources, generous support and strong mentorship. For physician investigator candidates, practice and teaching opportunities are available--board certification is required.