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Dallas, Texas - 71k - 122k Annual USD Full Time Posted by: Texas Health Resources Posted: Tuesday, 22 November 2022
 
 
_Southwestern Health Resources, a national leader in population health, is looking for a qualified Senior Health System Quality Intelligence Analyst to join our Analytics team._

_If you're looking for a rewarding career at a patient-centered organization with work-life balance and comprehensive benefits, we want to hear from you._

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Position Highlights

Work location: Southwestern Health Resources Headquarters, 1601/1603 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, Farmers Branch, TX 75234.

Work environment: Analytics Department.

Please note: The Senior Health System Quality Intelligence Analyst will be an employee of Southwestern Health Resources (SWHR). SWHR is a clinically integrated network formed by Texas Health Resources (THR) and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW).

Work hours:

Full-time, 40 hours per week.

Monday - Friday, Day shift.

This is a Hybrid position, requiring onsite workdays during the week, based on department business needs.

May require in-person attendance as needed, to department meetings, trainings and/or other department authorized activities, at the above-mentioned address or other locations as directed by the department management.

Sign-on Bonus: 5% of Base Pay Rate for eligible external candidates, with a one-year commitment.

Southwestern Health Resources (SWHR) is a patient-centered clinically integrated network of 29 hospital locations and more than 5,500 physicians and other clinicians. Formed by Texas Health Resources and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, two of the region's leading healthcare systems, SWHR delivers nationally preeminent, highest-quality care in 16 counties across North Texas.

The SWHR Network includes physicians from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources, as well as more than 2500 independent community Primary and Specialty Care Physicians. In partnership, our team implements physician-driven, value-based care strategies to coordinate care for more than 700,000 patients, across 16 counties in North Texas, resulting in lower costs and high-quality care.

In 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the annual financial and quality results. Based on the report, SWHR is one of the nation's leading Next Generation Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), having saved nearly $120 million since joining the program in 2017.

SWHR is the parent organization of Care N' Care Insurance Co., a leading regional Medicare Advantage health plan organization that serves approximately 17,000 patients in North Texas.

Education

Require Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Statistics, Public Health, Quantitative Analysis, or related discipline.

Prefer Master's Degree in Business Administration, Public Health, or Health Administration.

Experience

Require 5 years of experience in manipulating large Relational Databases, Statistical Programming, and Development of Data Visualization.

Prefer 1 year experience with Quality Improvement, Lean Six Sigma, and/or other Improvement Methodologies.

Strongly prefer working knowledge of Database and Business Intelligence tools such as SQL, SAS, R, Power BI, Tableau, or SSRS.

Require working knowledge of MS Office Applications.

Prefer working knowledge of Process Improvement Methods, Statistical Process Control Techniques and Database Applications.

Prefer familiarity with Data Warehouse_._

Skills & Abilities

Strong interpersonal communication skills and analytical ability sufficient to evaluate data, make sound judgments and recommendations, and management of tough situations with emotional maturity.

Strong project management and problem-solving skills with the ability to work independently, achieve tight deadlines and take initiative on multiple projects.

Ability to work well with management, physicians, and other professionals in a direct and positive manner.

Must be able to work with departments to design and document operational procedures to support transactions processing and compliance with established regulations.

Work requires recognition within the broader organization as a true expert in a given subject area.

Capable of providing guidance, troubleshooting, and answering questions related to this area of expertise by:

Demonstrating consistent excellence in applying this competency across multiple projects and/or organizations;

Creating new applications for and/or leading the development of reference and resource materials for this competency; and,

Diagramming or explaining the relevant process elements and issues in relation to organizational issues and trends in sufficient detail during discussions and presentations, to foster a greater understanding among internal and external colleagues and constituents.

Work requires significant technical skills that include:

(a) Master understanding of all core data sets;

(b) Demonstration as a team expert in SQL/SAS or other super-user analytical tools;

(c) Identifying alternate processes and potential solutions

(d) Anticipating cause and effect relationships

(e) Designing and implementing prescriptive/opportunity analysis techniques to create actionable insights from complex data sources.

Must be able to develop and execute on multiple, advanced project plans with realistic goals and timelines.

Must be able to design, develop, and implement analytic approaches to technical methodology.

Position Responsibilities

Working with the Health System Quality Intelligence Manager, the Senior Health System Quality Intelligence Analyst will assist in analytics that serve to identify opportunities for SWHR's quality strategy and identify and implement data management initiatives to support integrity of reporting progress towards the strategy. They consistently complete assignments independently and may supervise, mentor and coach other analysts on the team.

Position Functions

Collaborates on multi-disciplinary teams and provides analytical support for various projects related to quality improvement, patient safety, and outcomes.

Designs, develops, and automates clinical quality and performance metrics. Maintains knowledge base of data requirements and measure definitions.

Interprets, explains, and discusses data analysis results with project team. Makes recommendations and support strategies for improving clinical processes and patient outcomes.

Analyzes and organizes data using the appropriate analytical and statistical methods, which includes:

a. Taking the information apart and exploring relationships categorizing, examining, comparing/contrasting, and organizing the data;

b. Identifying how a system design accommodates business processes; and,

c. Maintaining the ability to self-inhibit competing behaviors.

Identifies extracts, validates and manipulates data from different large databases using data management and querying skills.

Develops and automates data displays such as charts and reporting tables to present data analysis results and track clinical processes and outcomes.

Consults on data collection and study design for clinical interventions.

Encourages high level commitment to the purpose and values of the organization.

Prepares and deliver business communications, including meeting agendas, presentations, business reports and project communications plans in order to effectively identify stakeholder needs/expectations.

Attends meetings with external stakeholders, primarily for the purposes of observation with minimal input.

Coaches and develops other team members, acting as a resource of knowledge and guidance. May supervise and ensure the quality of work performed by others.

Uses sound reasoning and logical thinking to effectively persuade.

Excels in critical problem solving and defining solutions.

Supports departmental decisions surrounding policy and procedures among staff.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Why Southwestern Health Resources

As a Southwestern Health Resources employee, you'll enjoy, comprehensive benefits, including a 401(k) with match; paid time off; competitive health insurance choices; healthcare and dependent care spending account options; wellness programs to keep you and your family healthy; tuition reimbursement; a student loan repayment program; and more.

Additional perks of being an SWHR employee:

Gain a sense of accomplishment by contributing to a teamwork environment.
Positively impact patients' quality of life.
Receive excellent mentorship, comprehensive training and dedicated clinical and administrative leadership resources.
Enjoy opportunities for growth.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $71,000.00 - $122,000.00 per year

Benefits:
401(k)
401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement
Vision insurance
Schedule:
8 hour shift
Day shift
Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations:
All Southwestern Health Resources (SWHR) employees are required to have fully vaccinated for COVID (both doses of Pfizer or Moderna Vaccine or single dose of J&J Vaccine) or have an approved exemption prior to their start date.

Ability to commute/relocate:
Farmers Branch . click apply for full job details

Dallas, Texas, United States of America
IT
71k - 122k Annual USD
Texas Health Resources
Texas Health Resources
JS1796887077
11/22/2022 12:57:12 AM


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