Are you passionate about improving the quality of healthcare?
Are you ready to leverage your talents to make healthcare better for everyone?
Do you want the opportunity to give back to your community?
Do you want to have fun at work?
Then join the growing team at Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) that is transforming the delivery of healthcare in the United States!
HSAG is nationally recognized as an industry leader in the areas of healthcare policy, measure development, healthcare data analysis, and survey research. We are in search of talented individuals who are interested in a career in analytics as an Analyst I in HSAG’s Healthcare Policy and Quality Measurement (HPQM) division. Together we can create positive change to make healthcare better. Find out more about HPQM projects at [Link available when viewing the job]
The Analyst I position benefits from HSAG’s desire to grow its staff into leaders of healthcare quality improvement in the nation. Project assignments will include nationally significant healthcare policy, measure development, and health policy research. HSAG analysts have the opportunity to work and be mentored in statistics, measure development and reporting, clinical epidemiology, SAS, Tableau, healthcare data, and an assortment of healthcare-related topics.
- A comfortable work-life balance, with remote-based work and flexible work schedules.
- Three weeks of paid time off and 13 company-paid holidays where staff leave two hours early prior to each holiday to get a “jump start” on holiday festivities.
HSAG offers a competitive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, tuition reimbursement, 401(k) and an employee stock ownership plan. Description
The Analyst I
position is a key contributor to cutting-edge analytic work that spans the broad spectrum of healthcare data projects at HSAG. The Analyst I position supports components of innovative analytic plans that are intended to provide healthcare decision and policy makers with the necessary information to transform healthcare. HSAG analysts in the Healthcare Policy and Quality Measurement division assist in designing and implementing various types of analytic studies including measure testing, national quality reporting, and other health services research projects. Analysts may work with a wide array of data to facilitate data exploration, including (but not limited to) the following data types:
- case review
- medical and prescription drug claims and encounters
- electronic health record
- vital statistics
Details regarding potential project assignments and key sources of data will be discussed with candidates during the interview process.Essential Competencies, Duties and Responsibilities
- Serve as an integral part of HSAG Healthcare Policy and Quality Measurement Division.
- Understand primary types of healthcare data and methods for approaching data assessments.
- Evaluate a wide array of data types.
Education and/or Experience
- Manipulate databases, and track and evaluate patterns of care and outcomes.
- Perform data validation, develop, and implement analytic plans, and cross reference data.
- Attend, participate, and assist in team training meetings.
- Assist with presentation and communication of project results to nonanalytic staff members and customers.
- Support analytic components of technical proposals
- Represent HSAG in a professional manner
- Bachelor’s degree in public health, related social science, business, economics, math, statistics, or another quantitative discipline. Master’s degree or equivalent work experience is preferred.
- A minimum of two (2) years of work experience is preferred, but not required.
- At least two (2) years of undergraduate stats/quantitative methods course work successfully completed.
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- Familiarity with SAS software for statistical programming.
- Familiarity with the use of SQL preferred.
- Understanding of relational databases and/or visualization software (e.g., Tableau).
- Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to handle several projects simultaneously and work with multiple teams.