Informatics Sr. Analyst

  Responsibilities: Responsible for analyzing, reporting, and developing recommendations on data. Uses multiple sources of data, analyzes trends, reconciles data, and identifies areas for improvement. Under general supervision, develops and analyzes functional and operational data, performance reports, and provides notations of performance deviations and anomalies.  Interprets results using a variety of techniques, ranging from simple data aggregation via statistical analysis to data mining.  Creates and publishes periodic reports, as well as any necessary ad hoc reports.  May require taking operational issue and devising best way to develop appropriate diagnostic and/or tracking data that will translate business requirements into usable decision support tools.  May make recommendations based upon data analysis.  May design, develop, implement, and maintain business solutions.  Validates data to ensure accuracy, quality, and integrity.  A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. May provide leadership to less experienced staff.   Qualifications   Minimum Requirements:  Bachelor's degree or related data analystexperience. At least three years' experience in data analysis and reporting.  Strong skills in analytical/problem solving, communication, presentations, organization, initiative, working independently as well as in teams, and managing and completing multiple tasks with tight deadlines.    Demonstrated experience using advanced Excel features and techniques.  Experience with dataset application development.  Preferred Qualifications:  Proficient knowledge of medical terminology, cost components, contracting methodologies. Familiarity with various types and sources of health care information, including financial and patient-level data files.  Experience with Microsoft Excel, Tableau, Power BI, C#, .NET, Oracle SQL query writing, SAS, Visual Basic, MS SQL Server 2000, Crystal Reporting and SQL.   18009472
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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