$80K — $150K *
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Senior Statistical Analyst (General Internal Medicine)Job Profile Title
Research AnalystJob Description Summary
The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA seeks a Senior Statistical Analyst to support innovative, health policy-related research projects conducted by investigators at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics and the Department of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine. Conduct specialized statistical analyses including hierarchical linear and non-linear models, Bayesian analyses, decision trees, and multivariate analyses using propensity scores. Apply tools across the disciplines of conventional statistical inferences and new technologies from statistical modeling and data science. Utilize data visualization techniques and dimension reduction. Apply extensive knowledge of electronic medical records as well as expertise of Medicare Parts A, B, and D claims data. Work with a wide range of statistical and computer programming tools, including SAS, STATA, R, SQL and Python, to enable innovative research. Participate i
n daily research meetings as well as Health Economics Data Analyst Pool (HEDAP) meetings and provide knowledge and access to the Health Services Research Data Center (HSRDC) where the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Optum data reside.
Requirements: Master’s degree (or foreign equivalent) in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Public Health or related field. 3 years of post-baccalaureate experience, which must include: 2 years of data management experience with Medicare Parts A, B, and D claims data; 2 years of experience using Optum data to guide analyses; 3 years of experience with preparing preliminary statistical analyses, advising investigators on appropriate statistical approaches, and translating data sets and analytic plans into programming code using SAS, Stata, R, SQL, or Python; and 3 years of data management experience using SAS, Stata, R, SQL, or Python.
Valid through: 11/2/2021
$100K — $150K *
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