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The Business Intelligence Analyst Senior, gathers, analyzes and interprets data to contribute to clinical care, quality improvement, and research initiatives focused on pediatric diseases, diabetes and obesity. This position will mine and manipulate internal and external, clinical and administrative data from a variety of databases for the purpose of measuring processes and outcomes of care, and to support select research initiatives focused on diabetes and obesity. Analysts utilize data extraction and reporting tools (SQL and Tableau) to analyze information, summarize findings, recommendations and next steps. This position will report to Dr. Joyce Lee, Department of Pediatrics.
Conduct analysis and reporting of clinical and operational data
Evaluate performance, utilization, quality of care and patient safety measures against results from peer institutions
Collaborate with physicians, administrators, senior analysts and others to produce metrics to assess and improve performance
Validate data quality and reasonableness in reports and/or analyses of health services prior to distribution
Develop and present report formats, graphical representations of data, and dashboards intended for audiences ranging from senior leaders and clinicians to the general public
Deliver written, graphical, and/or verbal presentations of data to internal staff, clinicians, UMHS leaders, and other constituencies
Investigate information generated from projects and write reports summarizing key findings and opportunities for improvement
Develop and maintain supporting documentation of measurement methods and algorithms, data sources and reporting processes
Manage and administer the design and development of data structures and data extracts to support comprehensive data collection, loading, and extraction for complex analyses
Lead and guide process improvement discussions and participate in strategic assessments with a focus on quantitative methods, modeling and analytical techniques
Participate in the development of communication related to the analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of health services data
Work with team members and IT staff to communicate, identify and automate tools that deliver routine performance information
Ensure adherence to quality standards and follow all appropriate data quality and security guidelines
Bachelor’s Degree (Quantitative Field like biostatistics, public health, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Informatics) with an advanced degree (biostatistics, public health, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Informatics) preferred.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in health care analysis.
Proficiency in the use of analytic and reporting tools such as SQL, SAS Microsoft Excel, Tableau, Crystal Reports and Business Objects.
Ability to gain proficiency in MiChart (EPIC and Clarity) querying through training.
Experience with Data Warehouse and BI systems.
Master's degree (biostatistics, public health, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Informatics)
Monday - Friday (not to exceed 40 hours/week; day shift)
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The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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