Health Care Analyst - Access to City Employment (ACE) (2119)
Published: March 22, 2023
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Job class: 2119-Health Care Analyst
Salary range: $96,538.00 - $117,338.00
Role type: Permanent Exempt What does this mean?
The Access to City Employment Program (ACE) seeks to hire qualified individuals with a disability into permanent entry-level jobs outside the normal civil service selection process. To be hired through the ACE Program, individuals must meet the minimum qualifications of the job and provide a Certification of Disability from the California Department of Rehabilitation or a Veterans Preference Letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The 2119 Health Care Analyst works with clinical and non-clinical staff and personnel in evaluation studies; gathers, analyzes and document data; plans, remedial action; and supervises and reviews the work of technical and clerical assistants engaged in such activities.
Essential duties include:
1. Organizes and tabulates the data collected for evaluation studies; analyzes data and prepares narrative, statistical reports and presentations documenting the methodology and results of the health audit studies.
2. Initiates, coordinates and attends clinic and departmental evaluation meetings to insure an on-going evaluation process in each department or clinic; works with department and clinic chiefs, head nurses, dentists and other staff; designs audit and evaluation studies, including data collection instruments and sampling procedures.
3. Trains and supervises other staff in data retrieval and trains end users to access, use and understand reports.
4. Works with evaluation committees to develop remedial action plans based on study results; documents all remedial action planning and monitors all implementation.
5. Serves as staff to assigned committees; prepares agendas, minutes; reports developments, results and problems in the program; prepares written reports.
6. Reports orally and in writing to appropriate committees on completed evaluation studies, including resulting problems which require action from those committees; attends audit related committees in the state and community and reports findings to appropriate stakeholders.
7. Reviews literature and consults with various evaluation committees on their evaluation activities.
How to qualify
Education: Requires a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND
Experience: One year of professional level experience performing analytical work requiring data collection, analysis, evaluation, interpretation, reporting and presentation.
Additional qualifying experience as indicated above beyond the required may substitute for the educational requirement on a year for year basis; OR
Thirty semester units or forty-five quarter units towards a Master’s degree with the completion of 4 courses in Statistics, Biostatistics, Quality Management, Performance Improvement, Organizational Development, Health/Social Policy and/or related course work may substitute for the experience requirement.
One-year full time employment is equivalent to 2,000 hours (2,000 hours of qualifying work experience is based on a 40-hour work week). Any overtime hours that you work above 40 hours per week are not included in the calculation to determine full time employment.
POSSIBLE SPECIAL CONDITIONS: -- in addition to meeting the minimum qualifications listed above, some positions may require applicants to possess one or more of the following special conditions, which include but is not limited to:
- Professional level analytical experience in the quality management/improvement (operational improvement) and/or risk management field.
- Professional level analytical experience in patient finance revenue.
- Professional level analytical experience in acute utilization management/quality initiative.
- Professional level analytical experience in a medical setting or health related institution, organization, or agency.
Important Note: Please make sure it is absolutely clear in your application exactly how you meet the minimum qualifications. Applicants may be required to submit verification of qualifying education and experience at any point during the recruitment and selection process. Please be aware that any misrepresentation of this information may disqualify you from this or future job opportunities. (More information here.)
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