Data Analyst I

Project Overview:
This contractor will be responsible for creating new senior management, policy level and care management reporting to help make decisions.
This will include updates to our monthly reporting and additions to our current reporting structure.
This reporting is imperative for the Senior managers to have the reporting required to manager Mainecare program and create new initiative's to increase quality while maintaining or decreasing the current healthcare costs.
20% Work Effort:
Ability to obtain, synthesize and integrate a broad range of data (financial, utilization, health care and quality) from multiple sources for use in analytic/financial reporting.
30% Work Effort:
Ability to utilize data and statistical analysis to test, challenge and defend assumptions.
20% Work Effort:
Will define how best to prepare reports, analyses, and forecasts in support of clinical, operational and budgetary initiatives.
30% Work Effort:
Knowledge of large scale ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and/or health claims process applications and data warehouses.
Operating Systems:
Windows 7, Advanced Skills, 5+ years' experience requiredProgramming Language/Development Tools:
SQL Server Mgt Studio, Advanced Skills, 5+ years' experience required Cognos, Advanced Skills, 5+ years' experience requiredDatabase Systems/Database Tools:
SQL Server Mgt Studio:
Advanced Skills, 5+ years' experience required Microsoft Excel:
Advanced Skills, 5+ years' experience requiredPREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED:
Previous experience within the medical insurance field, hospital or financial firms PLUS! Experience working within and understanding the RFP process helpful State/Federal experience within Dept.
of Health and Human services helpful Previous experience working as an Adjuster a plusExperience using any of the following software = PLUS SAS SPSS (IBM) OBIS (Client) - Outcome Based Information Solution MedeAnalytics

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