The Data and Reporting Analyst will be responsible for ensuring the on-going reporting needs for Health Care Services are met. This is included but not limited to designs, builds, tests and validation of new or existing reports through data research and analysis. The Data and Reporting Analyst will develop and maintain both ad-hoc and scheduled reports to support internal Health Care Services business functions. The Data and Reporting Analyst will use data obtained from multiple systems to include Aerial (clinical platform), HealthRules (claims and enrollment platform), Health Answers, Siebel (CRM), Macess, and other data repositories as appropriate, to calculate performance and analyze trends.
- Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Four (4) years of data and/or analysis experience required, Healthcare experience preferred.
- Two (2) years of experience in data mining concepts and tools required (SQL, SAS, Access, other)
- Expert knowledge of reporting tools required (Excel, Cognos, Business Objects, other).
- Strong problem solving and analytical skills, with demonstrated ability to identify and probe on data anomalies in order to provide meaningful analysis for actionable solutions and business decisions
- Ability to articulate and communicate complex data results in layman’s terms to support business decisions
- Proven well organized capabilities and strong attention to detail
- Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
- Strong Microsoft Office skills. (Advanced Excel skills required, Access skills desired)
- Ability to innovate and enhance existing solutions
- Ability to work with, manipulate and synthesize large datasets for analysis, performance measuring, key insights and presentation
- Effectively handle shifting assignments and priorities to meet deadlines
- Proven examples of displaying the IH values: Passionate, Caring, Respectful, Collaborative, and Accountable.
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