The Michigan Radiation Oncology Quality Consortium (MROQC) is a clinical data registry founded under the partnership of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan/Blue Care Network and the University of Michigan in 2011. Since that time, MROQC has grown to a collaborative of 26 sites across the state of Michigan dedicated to improving the radiation treatment experience for patients. The MROQC Coordinating Center is part of the University of Michigan, funded by the BCBSM Value Partnerships initiative, and located in Ann Arbor. For more information regarding MROQC, please visit www.mroqc.org
The Data Analyst will be responsible for providing end-to-end coordination of the development of MROQC´s data collection and management tools in support of clinical quality improvement. This role will help lead the planning, design, development, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of MROQC's data, reports, and automated data collection systems.
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- Work with stakeholders, team members, and end users to identify and understand MROQC’s end-to-end clinical data collections needs, challenges and opportunities.
- Liaise with all stakeholders to define and document MROQC's data collection business needs and technical requirements.
- Develop an in-depth understanding of MROQC member hospitals' clinical data collection and reporting processes.
- Lead the conduct of routine analyses and functional design activities for capturing, loading, storing, and extracting data across MROQC.
- Develop reports and definitions, graphs, dashboards, and portal interfaces.
- Translate stakeholder needs and requirements into detailed technical specification documents to develop and maintain processes and tools for both manual and automated data collections.
- Collaborate with internal teams and external vendors in the design, implementation, testing, and deployment of technical data collection specifications.
- Participate in project planning and scope creation, project communications and status reporting.
- Become MROQC's data collection subject-matter expert and point of contact for troubleshooting and technical support.
- Bachelor's degree required
- Minimum 3 years' experience in business analysis, data management, or related role
- SAS, SQL and/or high-level programming language such as Python
- Proficiency in the use of data analytic and Business Intelligence (BI) reporting tools such as Tableau, SAP Business Objects or other BI tools
- Proven ability to understand and document business workflows and processes, and create sustainable systems and solutions to support these processes
- Strong relationship-building skills, including a demonstrated ability to facilitate proactive collaboration with colleagues and partners
- Strong technical skills with demonstrated ability to learn new tools. Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite, including high-level Excel skills
- Experience with project management tools, and web-based collaboration tools
- Healthcare quality improvement
- Electronic health records
- Agile software development environment
- Relational databases and data architecture
- Healthcare data integration technologies such as HL7
- Experience with LimeSurvey
- This is a hybrid position that will require the ability to be in the office in Ann Arbor, Michigan 3-4 times a week.
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