This position is responsible for producing analysis of health outcomes, quality of care, financial analysis, and/or health care utilization studies by designing and creating state of the art Tableau data visualizations and by automating data pipelines and analysis. The core function of this position is to support actionable decision making by business end users while reducing need for ad-hoc analysis requests. In close collaboration with subject matter experts and Healthcare Analysts, this position gathers requirements from users, designs solutions, and uses Tableau and automation skills to develop, test, and deploy data products. This position collaborates closely with Healthcare Analysts to develop domain and subject matter expertise in Healthcare analytics.
IS Business Intelligence Analyst Responsibilities
Collaborate with subject matter experts and Healthcare Analysts to identify opportunities for building repeatable data product.
Gather requirements and design solutions.
Expertly utilize visualization tool such as Tableau to build visualizations compliant with design standards.
Expertly utilize SQL skills for identifying and shaping data for developing solution.
Utilize automation and general programming skills to automate data pipelines and handsfree operations of data products.
Understand and codify algorithms and models developed by Healthcare Analysts.
As appropriate, create new algorithms and analysis models and codify them.
Use machine learning and advanced algorithms to develop predictive and prescriptive models for solving complex business problems.
Prepare reports, graphs, tables and other summarizations that are complete, thorough and easily understood by those receiving and/or reviewing the information.
Create user and testing documentation for data products.
Create and maintain technical documentation such as data dictionaries, business glossaries, metric definitions and other data resources.
Update and maintain legacy reporting assets developed in SQL Server Reporting Server as needed
Provide follow-on support for end-users after training.
Effectively collaborate with other teams with-in organization to develop strong data pipelines and reusable data products.
Remain current with technology and the latest analytical methods; maintain willingness to learn new skills.
Contribute and actively participate in community of practice to improve skills and capabilities of all Analysts at Care Oregon.
Participate in code reviews and other activities to ensure high standard of quality is maintained.
Essential Department and Organizational Functions:
Propose and implement process improvements.
Meet deadlines for completion of workload.
Maintain agreed upon work schedule.
Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork.
Provide cross-training on specific job responsibilities.
Meet identified business goals that contribute to departmental goals.
Perform other duties as assigned.
IS Business Intelligence Analyst Qualifications Required
Minimum 3 years’ business intelligence experience; experience should include some or all of the following:
Creating Tableau Visualizations;
Building advanced statistical models;
Statistical software packages, such as Python, R or SAS.
IS Business Intelligence Analyst Qualifications Preferred
Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in STEM, Finance, Economics, Business Administration, or Public Health.
Experience with SQL Server Reporting Services.
Experience with SAS automation jobs.
Experience in planning, implementing and summarizing complex analyses and reporting projects.
Experience in the healthcare or health insurance industry.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Ability to independently gather, compile and analyze data using statistical methods.
Expert understanding of Tableau Desktop/Creator products and SQL.
Skills in developing high quality data visualizations.
Skills in developing data products.
Skills in automation of analysis tasks using general purpose programming language such as Python, PowerShell, etc.
Skills in shaping data for Analysis purposes.
Ability to follow standards for data architecture and database design.
Knowledge of agile development processes.
The following are also preferred:
Knowledge of Managed Care.
Knowledge of Medicaid and/or Medicare programs.
Knowledge of financial matters in the health care industry.
Knowledge of medical and/or pharmacy claims.
Ability to provide leadership and oversight of research and analytical projects.
Effective communication skills, including listening, verbal, written, and customer service.
Ability to clearly articulate policies and instructions.
Demonstrated progress in conveying appropriate level of detail effectively to all levels of the organization including non-technical staff.
Strong critical thinking skills.
Possess a high degree of initiative and motivation.
Ability to manage multiple tasks.
Ability to effectively collaborate with coworkers, staff, and leaders across all departments.
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