Data Analytics Coord I
The centralized data coordinator will improve AHP’s quality measure performance through supporting direct gap closure for assigned community practice(s).
This position is responsible for primary care population health management and clinical quality metric performance improvement data collection, tracking/monitoring, reporting and outreach. Provides data analysis and status reports for performance and quality indicators using clinical dash boarding platforms and other reports. Directly supports operational efforts for payer contracts, provider compensation plan, quality, and other population management initiatives that require clinical quality metric data collection. Assists practice teams in quality and process improvement initiatives with collection and reporting of data trends in quality initiatives.
Comprehensive Data Tracking, Monitoring and Analysis:
Utilizes Patient Database and Reporting Applications to collect and analyze data for reporting and decision-making and to build queries as necessary for quality and other population health initiatives
Develops and maintains database queries and spreadsheets to provide trending data as indicators of performance, including but not limited to quality metrics, patients due for care, risk assessment and value-based care initiatives
Extract data from where it’s stored, format it, and share it with identified practice partner
Track down documentation that supports gap closure
Develops and maintains reports related to clinical quality metrics and population health management including practice and provider performance dashboards from system databases (e.g., pre-visit planning reports, cumulative gap reports)
Generate reports for recently discharged patient report as needed by the practice team to Support timely follow up appointments for hospital/transfer in care patients
Reports data trends and analyzes variances in a timely manner to appropriate stakeholders for appropriate intervention; identifies database discrepancies that impact outcomes; identifies quality or other care gaps in need of increased prioritization.
Submits clinical data as requested to support quality, outreach, risk, or other value-based care initiatives.
Keep and update a data coordination patient registry to track outcomes and the impact of data coordination
Team Based Care and Process Improvement:
Collaborate with care manager and/or practice manager of assigned practice(s)
Supports practice teams in identifying and closing gaps in care and other population management initiatives.
Collaborates with care managers and practice teams to develop and optimize workflows and other process improvement initiatives.
Maintains knowledge of practice operations and procedures with the ability to effectively participate in recommending and planning process improvements.
Performs/coordinates patient and specialist outreach to support gap closures
Assists in analytical, quality, and operational projects as requested
Assists in analytical, quality and operational projects; participates in monthly meetings, or more often as needed, for communication of activities that impact the role, practice workflows and operations
Required Qualifications : 2 years of post-high school education and 2 years of related experience, including at least 1 year clinical, operational, quality data collection and reporting experience is required or equivalent combination of education and experience. Data management skills including intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Excel required.
Preferred: One year working experience in an outpatient primary care environment. Knowledge of medical terminology and practice operations preferred. Strong organizational skills, strong inter-professional collaborative skills, ability to manage multiple demands and priorities.
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How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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Pay Range: $17.00 - $22.10 Hourly
The referenced pay range represents the minimum and maximum compensation for this job. Individual annual salaries/hourly rates will be set within the job’s compensation range, and will be determined by considering factors including, but not limited to, market data, education, experience, qualifications, expertise of the individual, and internal equity considerations.
Location: Strong Memorial Hospital
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Opening: Full Time 40 hours Grade 007 URMC Accountable Care Network
Schedule: 8 AM-4:30 PM