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Vice President of Healthcare Quality and Analytics

Responsibilities:

  • Leads and interfaces with relevant parties to resolve issues, and maintains and/or accelerates progress to meet Healthcare Analytics and Healthcare Quality project outcomes
  • Serves as the subject matter expert in analytics methodologies and best practices, including measurement, study design, interpretation and communication of analytic results
  • Serves as the subject matter expert in healthcare quality, including quality measure development, CMS’s healthcare quality initiatives and legislative mandates related to healthcare quality
  • Communicates strategic and operational analytic concepts and findings to all levels of the organization. This includes developing communication products that summarize conclusions and recommendations from projects, presenting actionable opportunities, and proposing strategic and operational options for debate and consideration by the organization
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Take on the responsibility to develop pilot projects through completion
  • Engage RELI’s clients to present ideas, discuss technical aspects and provide thought leadership
  • Research innovative technologies and develop use cases to apply them. Develop white papers and position paper to be submitted to clients on using these technologies as appropriate to the client environments
  • Develop proposal responses by leading solutioning and creating content

Requirements:

  • Advanced degree in information systems, computer science, applied mathematics, mathematics, statistics, data science engineering, Healthcare Analytics, Economics, Public Health, Biostatistics or a related field. Master’s degree required; Doctoral degree preferred
  • Five years progressive management experience. Strong leadership capabilities. Highly motivated and a self-starter
  • Minimum of ten years progressive experience in healthcare analytics and/or research in health care provider and/or payer environments
  • Strong experience and understanding of Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)’s Healthcare Quality programs
  • Strong experience working on healthcare quality measure development areas
  • Strong knowledge of legislative programs such as MACRA, ACA etc
  • Minimum of five years progressive experience working in CMS’s healthcare quality programs and/or measure development programs
  • Advanced knowledge of health care, health insurance, health care research, and advanced analytic methods including predictive and prescriptive modeling
  • Demonstrated effectiveness at a senior level in planning, leading, organizing, and directing staff, teams, and projects in multiple locations while simultaneously serving multiple stakeholders
  • Ability to collaborate with all levels within the organization, including executive management, clinical and financial services, information technology, sales and direct reports
  • Must be able to develop content with limited information
  • Ability to research, learn and implement various data analytic techniques
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with the ability to present business leaders. Must be articulate and ability to present well both oral and written formats.
  • Experience with analytic tools such as SAS, SPSS, R or Python
  • Knowledge or familiarity on technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Blockchain

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RELI Group is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability. 

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RELI Group is an established SBA certified HUBZone and 8(a) small business.  We encourage all candidates who live in a HUBZone to apply.  You can check to see if you address is located in a HUBZone by accessing the SBA HUBZone Map

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