Manager Production Health System Performance Tools- Office of Health System Affairs
Department: OFC OF HEALTH SYSTEM AFFAIRS
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Researches, analyzes, and calculates quality indicator measures related to clinical topics and conditions across all healthcare settings; performing integrity analysis to identify data quality and integrity issues, as well as random sampling, benchmarking and trending of data.
Define requirements for ad-hoc analysis queries and dash boarding involving outcomes analysis, health service research activities, testing various measurement approaches to support customer reporting.
Manages bottlenecks, provides escalation management, anticipates and makes trade-offs, balance the business needs versus technical constraints, and maximizes business benefits while building great customer experiences.
Designs reporting templates and creation of report mock-ups and finals reports illustrating the results of the analytic and programming processes.
Performs client needs analysis and assessment; collaborates with clients and business analysts to identify and clarify program, business and functional requirements; management of client expectations and relationships.
Provides input and subject matter expertise into Business Intelligence solutions to minimize the frequency of ad hoc data requests and analysis.
Provides gold standard for cross-departmental testing and parallel processing efforts; develops test case scenarios; identifies bugs and monitors and tracks through resolution.
Researches and identifies opportunities for the institution to further distinguish itself among the healthcare community.
Define a long term produce roadmap, including technical, business development, and marketing initiatives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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