Analyze data gathered for quality improvements projects aimed at improving the quality and cost-efficiency of prostate cancer care. Utilize understanding of data collected and connections between various data elements to allow for appropriate querying of the data. Write and edit programs to manage, merge, and analyze data. Prepare and maintain technical documentation of data and analysis files. Participate in activities related to data quality, integrity, analysis, and reporting. Independently conduct internal reviews of data for quality and make suggestions for data collection process improvements. Develop and deliver written, graphical, and verbal presentations of data, including collaborative authorship of peer-reviewed manuscripts for publication. Respond to data requests from internal and external collaborators. Develop automated solutions for delivering comprehensive performance reports to participating physicians and hospitals/private practices. Utilize statistical process control (SPC) for long-term monitoring of quality improvement performance. Use SAS software for the analysis and interpretation of clinical registry healthcare data.
Requires Master’s degree in Statistics, Biostatistics or closely-related field + 1 year of related experience using SAS software to manage, analyze, and interpret observational healthcare data collected from a clinical registry; and engaging in collaborative authorship of peer-reviewed manuscripts.
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