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Senior Data Analyst (Healthcare Analytics)

Company: Randstad Professionals
Location: Saint Louis
Posted on: November 23, 2021

Job Description:

Position Purpose:Interpret and analyze data from multiple sources including claims, provider, member, and encounters data. Identify and assess the business impact of trendsDevelop, maintain, and troubleshoot complex scripts and reports developed using SQL, Microsoft Excel, or other analytics toolsLead the planning and execution of large-scale projects and new reporting tools, translating business goals into actionable solutionsIdentify and resolve data, process, and technical issues and communicate root-cause with stakeholders as appropriatePartner cross-functionally at all levels of the organization and effectively, both verbally and visually, communicate findings and insights to non-technical business partnersIndependently engage with business leaders to understand market-specific levers and constraintsLeverage enterprise reporting tools to rapidly deliver data-driven insights and recommendationsResearch key business problems and proactively identify opportunities for cost and utilization improvements through quantitative analysisCommunicate and present data-driven insights and recommendations to both internal and external stakeholders, soliciting and incorporating feedback when requiredMentor junior analysts on analytic best practices and business need fulfilment. Delegate tasks to junior analysts, providing guidance and validationThe Data Analyst (Healthcare Analytics) will have the opportunity to make a significant impact through the discovery, development, and implementation of leading-edge analytics that answer important business questions.The analyst will collaborate with key corporate and health plan business partners for the purpose of identifying and delivering robust reporting and analytics capabilities to drive improved business performance.Requirements:Bachelor's degree in business, economics, statistics, mathematics, actuarial science, public health, health informatics, healthcare administration, finance or related field or equivalent experience.5+ years of experience working with large databases, data verification, and data management or 3+ years IT experience.Healthcare analytics experience preferred.Experience with table creation and indexing, query optimization, and utilization of stored procedures. Ability to integrate, validate, and reconcile data from multiple sources as well as design and construct analysis tools that extract, prepare, analyze, and store/present results to support business needs.Knowledge of query development using SQL or other coding languages.Experience in change management processes and procedures preferred.Knowledge of basic statistical, analytical, or data mining techniques including basic data modeling, trend analysis, and root-cause analysis preferred.Working knowledge of analytical tools, including R, Python, SAS, ArcGIS, QGIS, Microstrategy, Tableau, Hadoop, or related tools preferred.Working knowledge of relational databases preferred.Working knowledge of automation capabilities such as batch processes, stored procedures, scripting languages, Microstrategy, or other tools preferred.Job Type: Full-timePay: $90,000.00 - $105,000.00 per yearBenefits:401(k)Dental insuranceHealth insurancePaid time offVision insuranceSchedule:8 hour shiftDay shiftMonday to FridayCOVID-19 considerations:This position is fully remote until at least January of 2022.Ability to commute/relocate:St. Louis, MO: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)Experience:SQL: 3 years (Preferred)Work Location: One location

Keywords: Randstad Professionals, St. Louis , Senior Data Analyst (Healthcare Analytics), Professions , Saint Louis, Missouri

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