This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information
Experience and Education
Registered Nurse (RN) and/or Bachelor\’s degree in business administration, statistics, public health, quantitative analysis or related discipline and five (5) years related experience manipulating large relational databases, statistical programming and development of data displays.
Master’s of Business Administration, Master’s of Public Health, or Master\’s of Health Administration preferred.
One to two (1-2) years of experience with quality improvement, LEAN, Six Sigma and/or other improvement methodologies preferred, as well as working knowledge of process improvement methods, statistical process control techniques and database applications.
Superior working knowledge of MS Office applications and familiarity with data warehouse preferred.
Collaborate on multi-disciplinary teams and provide analytical support for various projects related to quality improvement, patient safety, and outcomes.
Design, develop, and automate clinical quality and performance metrics. Maintains knowledge base of data requirements and measure definitions.
Interpret, explain, and discuss 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.
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.
**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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