Full Job Description
Requisition #: 403123
Location: Johns Hopkins Health Care, Hanover, MD 21076
Category: Non-Clinical Professional
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: Aug. 23, 2021
Johns Hopkins HealthCare (JHHC) is the managed care and health services business of Johns Hopkins Medicine, one of the premier health delivery, academic, and research institutions in the United States. JHHC is a $2.5B business serving over 400,000 lives with lines of business in Medicaid, Medicare, commercial, military health, health solutions, and venture investments. JHHC has become a leader in provider-sponsored health plans and is poised for future growth.
Many organizations talk about transforming the future of healthcare, Johns Hopkins HealthCare is actually doing it. We develop innovative, analytics-driven health programs in collaboration with provider partners to drive improved quality and better health outcomes for the members and communities we serve. If you are interested in improving how healthcare is delivered, join the JHHC team.
The Analytic Advisor works under the direction of the Assistant Director Health Services Clinical Analytics to lead design, development, and deployment of actionable analytics used by JHHC clinical management and senior leadership. The Analytic Advisor will collaborate with senior management to develop innovative programs and products that address relevant health care issues, including investigation and assessment of new opportunities for JHHC population health programs. In addition, the Analytic Advisor will provide guidance for program evaluations and other initiatives, summarize and interpret data and analytics, and effectively communicate those results to assist Johns Hopkins business units to understand populations and make operational decisions to manage those populations.
Master’s degree in Public Health, Business, Economics, Health Economics, Health Care
Administration, Statistics, Epidemiology or closely related field. MBA or MHA preferred. Current successful enrollment in a Master’s Program and equivalent experience may substitute.
Requires knowledge and understanding of population health analytic methods and the interrelationship with health care delivery business process.
Requires thorough knowledge of process and outcomes measurement, monitoring techniques for quality improvement, and visualization of data analysis and design.
Requires thorough knowledge of the full data management process, including aggregation, cleansing, manipulation, exploratory analysis, outcomes analysis, and visualization.
Requires knowledge of health care operations, medical coding systems, electronic medical records, and other healthcare data sources and variables.
Requires knowledge of population health data architecture and structural models.
Requires knowledge of prototyping as a method for achieving analytic objectives.
Prefers knowledge of predictive modeling, Epic, and Tableau.
Goal oriented and action-focused, pragmatic and self-disciplined, organized with ability to lead, facilitate, interact effectively with multiple disciplines and organizations.
Requires advanced communication and interpersonal skills to be able to interact with all levels within the organization.
Must be able to work as a member of a problem solving team.
Requires the ability to communicate and present results of analyses with a variety of internal and external audiences, both written and verbally.
Requires the ability to interpret complex data from multiple data sources and develop findings and recommendations.
Ability to work independently and meet aggressive time frames; manage multiple projects simultaneously; and prepare oral and/or written presentations to senior management physician leadership.
Requires 3 years’ experience with proven skills in analytic design, implementation, and project management.
Requires 2 years’ experience in data analysis, manipulation, and interpretation.
Requires 3 years’ experience in a health care environment.
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, and or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.