11 - 15 years
Posted 71 days ago
Provides both lead and collaborative roles in multiple concurrent health services research evaluation projects. Applies scientific expertise to the design, implementation, analysis, interpretation and reporting of research, clinical and administrative studies. Defines the project's direction, scope and analysis plan. Acts as a co-investigator and is responsible for the overall management and analysis of multiple concurrent research projects intended to analyze practice patterns, provider-payer relations, health care utilization, cost effectiveness, physician profiling, risk adjustment, severity adjustment and episodes of care analysis, patient reported outcomes, and variation in clinical practice for the Mayo Clinic Enterprise. Has broad responsibility and accountability for multiple complex projects. Manages and resolves complex interrelationship among projects; determines resource requirements, assists in defining projected timelines, organizes work and sets priorities. Provides health services research expertise for both Mayo Clinic and inter-institutional projects.
In addition, the supervisor–principle analyst is responsible for directing, administering and achieving the operational goals and objectives established by Kern Leadership. Plans, organizes and manages the activities of the HSA group in support of various research projects and reporting, serving on the resource review group to ensure projects are resourced appropriately. Responsible for budget development and oversight, and implementation of policies and systems. Responsible for staff hiring, performance/appraisals, assists in staff continued education and training needs, recommends areas of improvement and planning/setting goals for the HSA group.
Master's degree required with a minimum of 10 years of experience, or Ph.D. with 2 years of experience in Health Services Research, Health Economics, Public Health, Bio-Statistics, Operations Research, Epidemiology, Health Informatics or related fields. Must have substantial technical expertise in quantitative and/or qualitative analysis. Management experience in a research environment.
Involves a high degree of autonomous decision making, judgment, and initiative. Able to identify issues/problems, initiate plans to address and make appropriate and timely decisions. Demonstrated management skills, including the ability to direct the management of complex projects and tasks and monitor progress. Must have strong teambuilding, problem-solving, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Must be able to provide clear direction and hold individuals accountable. Must tolerate a high degree of ambiguity. Knowledgeable of current health care delivery trends, economic and regulatory issues. Experience with large administrative and/or clinical databases preferred. Experience with statistical analysis software (SAS or Stata) preferred. Familiarity with coding (CPT, ICD-9, ICD-10) systems and risk adjustment methodologies preferred. Performs duties independently and initiates judgment in handling a variety of management issues. Must have ability to manage change in a matrixed work unit.