Healthcare Analyst II - Catholic Medical Partners (CH)

Healthcare Analyst II €“ Catholic Medical Partners (Catholic Health):
The Healthcare Analyst II will be responsible for analyzing health care electronic medical record and claims data in order to track and trend health care utilization and quality of care for the population health business model. This responsibility requires that the analyst access a complex data base and produce reports for external and internal customers. The reports will be used to monitor health care quality and utilization within the CMP network and to promote clinical integration. The analyst will be required to integrate complex data bases and use the MedInsight tool to create reports to meet our quality and utilization objectives and NCQA accreditation requirements.
REPORTS TO:
Director, CMP Information Technology and Internal Operations
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
None
SKILL AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM):
Education
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in business, mathematics, statistics, information Technology or health care management related field required.
Experience
Two (2) years relevant experience in actuarial / data analysis or degree in mathematics or 3 year relevant experience in healthcare analytics, preferred
Prior experience with Crimson Market Advantage, Crimson Population Risk Management or similar population health tools, preferred
Prior experience with Milliman MedInsights, preferred
Prior experience with MicroStrategy or other business intelligence application suite/platform, preferred
Knowledge, Skill and Ability
Demonstrated ability to use personal computers and associated software applications, specifically Microsoft Office (Word, SQL Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and Crystal reports or other reporting software
Experience with development in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Integration Services and/or Business Intelligence Studio, preferred
Documented ability to translate user request for reports into user accepted final reporting solutions
Basic or applied knowledge of issues related to public health, hospitals, physicians, health networks or finance
Ability to access and design complex queries and to monitor database to produce actionable information on quality of care
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Physical Effort
ACTIVITY & STRENGTH: (SEDENTARY)
Low Lift (floor to knuckle): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Mid Lift (knuckle to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
High Lift (shoulder and above): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Full Lift (floor to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Carry: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Push: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Pull: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Overall Strength Category: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (1-10 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (negligible); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (negligible)
Dictionary Of Occupational Titles
Constant (C) 67-100% Workday
Frequent (F) 34-66% Workday
Occasional (O) 0-33% Workday
Not Present (N)
Activity - Job Demand
Walk €“ Occasional
Climb Stairs €“ Occasional
Stoop €“ Occasional
Kneel €“ Occasional
Crouch €“ Occasional
Reach (immediate) €“ Frequent
Reach (overhead) €“ Occasional
Handling €“ Frequent
Fingering - Frequent
Sitting €“ Frequent
Standing €“ Occasional
Push Cart - Occasional
Pull Cart - Occasional
HR Use Only: NYS DOL HR Use Only: WW HR Use Only: HH

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