Cedars-Sinai Sr Consultant, Data Analyst in Beverly Hills, California
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Tell me about the role:
Using a range of healthcare data and analytic methodologies, this individual will identify key issues and answer clinical, operational, and strategic questions to enhance clinical efficiency.
As part of a multidisciplinary team, this individual will select the right analytic approach, conduct the analysis, interpret findings with team members and stakeholders, and support the communication of the results and their implications.
A key focus will be on combining different types of data to assess clinical trends, opportunities for improvement, and measure clinical and financial outcomes.
Coordinates key cross-functional work teams for program evaluation. This includes performance of market assessment, literature review, data collection and analysis and project management support to ensure effective development of strategies and protocols that support Program Evaluation, especially as it integrates with population health and total cost of care initiatives across the entire care continuum. This includes prevention, evaluation, treatment, and transitions of care. This role supports decision-making about programs, and demonstrates the value of the Health System’s care delivery.
Evaluates key program components including measurement of structural and process measures and outcome measures in multiple domains - clinical quality, health care utilization plus efficiency, patient and provider satisfaction and engagement, and return-on-investment. Supports and participates in interdepartmental collaboration and problem-solving.
Works closely with members of other departments including Clinical Analytics, Decision Support, Resource and Outcomes Management, Performance Improvement, Health Services Research, and Biostatistics, defining project scope, accessing data, executing analyses, and interpreting and communicating findings.
During implementation, considers the implications of the processes to the current and future clinical and business environment.
*The job requires to work mostly onsite with some remote/telecommute work
Bachelor’s Degree in health care, business, or technical field - required
Master’s degree (MPH, MBA) or clinical degree - preferred
Includes at least 3 years of prior analytic work experience in healthcare setting
Experienced and skilled in quantitative healthcare analyses, preferably with program evaluation, managed care, or observational research applications.
A master of healthcare data, data quality management, systems analysis, and statistical analysis including: health system information systems and data flow and statistical software packages, strong spreadsheet analysis skills and experience with relational databases, preferably including electronic health records.
Experience with accessing and manipulating different types of data. This may include administrative claims, electronic medical record, survey, quality management, and registries.
Demonstrated experience in project management, scope, cost, time, risk, quality, and communication. Completion of the Cedars-Sinai recognized project management course required within first year of employment.
Demonstrated experience with process flow analysis, user relations, and customer interactions. Establishes lasting relationships and manages through conflicting points of views with different teams. Understands core business processes within healthcare organizations.
Superior digital literacy including sophisticated knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Access, Visio, Project and Project Tracking.
Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.