Full Time 40 hours Grade 053 URMFG Administration Schedule 8 AM-5 PM Responsibilities POSITION SUMMARY Directs analysis of projects and conducts studies as part of on-going planning and operational function using the McKesson decision support system and business intelligence tools in support of the Enterprise Decision Support customers. Devises methods for gathering information, analyzing and interpreting data; prepares reports, populates and automates dashboards and makes recommendations which may have policy and/or operational implications. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Under the direction of the Decision Support Manager and Team Lead, meets with Department Heads, Chairs and the Directors Office defining and preparing reports and analysis on assigned projects, Explorer self-service applications, and any dashboards used to communicate the performance reporting needs of the institution. Evaluates and becomes familiar with performance reporting protocols and objectives. May write or assist in writing procedures that control reporting needs and processes. Work in collaboration with individual Departments and Program Administrators to assist them in customizing and teaching McKesson Explorer reporting platforms to accommodate each individual reporting requirement. Help document and map out tools for better education of the self-service tool. Provide ad hoc reporting as requested. Support and serves as backup for the Senior Decision Support Financial Analyst at the facilities and medical faculty group as duties pertain to BI reports and projects. Ensures URMC is compliant with CMS programs such as MIPS and Meaningful Use. REQUIREMENTS Bachelorâ??s degree with major course work in social or technical field. Degree in Healthcare Analytics, Information â??Science, Accounting or related field desirable, and 3 yearsâ?? experience in the analysis and dissemination of information; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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