Business Data Analyst - Arizona Community Physicians
Arizona Community Physicians, P.C.
Job Title: Data Analyst – Health Care Organization
FLSA Classification: Exempt, not eligible for overtime
OSHA Classification: Class III, no risk of exposure to blood borne pathogens
Reports to: CEO
The Data Analyst collects, maintains, manipulates, manages, and interprets data received from internal and external data sources. The Data Analyst also presents data, ideas and reports to leadership designed to improve health care quality and lower health care costs.
Education: Preferred bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, public health or computer science from an accredited college. Experience in financial modeling and database applications preferred. Additional years of experience may be substituted for education requirements.
Work Experience: 3 or more years working as a data analyst in health care
Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy.
Advanced Excel skills including pivot tables, charts and conditional formatting
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret contracts, and governmental regulations
Experience building and maintaining financial models and tracking performance against targets
Ability to distill complex contracts and concepts into simple explanations/presentations
Ability to succinctly summarize findings in write reports and white papers
Experience with statistical models and risk adjustment
Experience with SAS, SQL or similar applications preferred
Ability to effectively present information to leadership and respond to inquiries.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, analytical ability, strong judgment and the ability to work effectively with all employees.
Willingness to learn new skills and software when requested.
Interprets, organizes, tracks and presents data.
Develops and implements data collection systems and other strategies that optimize data quality.
Acquires data from primary or secondary data sources and maintains databases/data systems in an accurate and timely fashion.
Filters and “cleans” data, and reviews performance indicators to isolate and correct data problems
Works closely with management to prioritize information needs
Locates and defines new process improvement opportunities
Develops and coordinates project plans of varying complexity. Works with leaders and stakeholders in business areas in defining scope, approach, resource requirements, timing and deliverables.
Maintains project documentation, and provides frequent written status updates to customer, project team, vendor and management.Applies facilitation skills to project related meetings.
Performs other tasks as assigned
Promotes excellence in customer service, emphasizing responsiveness, respect and courtesy. Uses active listening skills, getting information and summarizing to check understanding. Looks for opportunities to exceed expectations by acting promptly. Confirms satisfaction with service or course of action, and commits to follow-through.
Works harmoniously with others, including management, demonstrating a commitment to achieving common goals. Responds positively to work-related requests from others. Willingly shares knowledge and serves as a resource to others. Communicates in a manner that promotes trust and mutual respect. Refrains from gossip, criticism, breach of confidentiality and other behaviors that would undermine good working relations. Maintains emotional control, calmness and professional demeanor in dealing with conflict and difficult issues. Adapts to changes in job duties and workplace with a positive and cooperative spirit.
Accurately records hours worked. Consistently reports to work on time and returns from breaks and lunch promptly. Adheres to the established attendance policy. Contacts supervisor appropriately when absent. Uses time efficiently by remaining focused on tasks and minimizing idle conversation and other distractions.
Maintains personal grooming and hygiene. Conforms to dress code for appropriate business attire to include conservative, modest styles, and moderation in makeup, perfume/cologne, jewelry, hairstyles and fingernails. Presents professional image in dress, demeanor and style of communication.
During an 8-hour day will typically spend up to six hours sitting in continuous periods of 60 minutes or more, viewing a pc monitor and utilizing a computer keyboard. Uses telephone for prolonged periods while performing duties. Frequent walking and standing. Occasional lifting, bending, stooping, walking or standing with up to 50 pounds (office and/or computer equipment, etc.)
The intent of this job description is to provide a summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by individuals in the job title. Individuals may be required to perform additional job-related tasks as needed.