New York, NY / Full-time
Join a small, dynamic team that's raising the bar for health center analytics.
Relevant’s mission is to support community health centers in their drive to improve patient health. We do this by providing smart, friendly analytics software, along with hands-on support and consulting to help health centers tackle all kinds of data challenges.
Health centers love working with us, and our data analysts are a key reason why. They lead implementations of our platform, often helping to resolve long-standing organizational pain points around data and reporting along the way. After implementation, they act as a resource for the health center’s internal data team, helping them solve hard problems, sharing knowledge and best practices, and building up their internal capacity.
This job is both technical and people-oriented. Successful applicants may come from a variety of backgrounds, but if you have a track record as an outstanding analyst, analyst-manager, or director of data at a health center, hospital, or ACO, we’d particularly like to talk to you.
Lead new health center implementations.
Conduct stakeholder meetings; develop a detailed understanding of customer business processes; extract, clean, and analyze EHR data; write lots of SQL… and get folks excited about collaborating with Relevant!
Provide analytics support to our health centers.
Ensure that our platform is being used as effectively as possible to improve patient outcomes and health center operations. Conceive, manage, and execute data initiatives for health centers; build reports and data visualizations as required; lead regular stakeholder meetings; provide advanced training and technical assistance to health center data teams.
Help us build the best possible analytics platform.
Identify improvements and new features for our platform based on feedback you've gleaned from customers, market research, insight into industry best practices, and your own domain expertise.
3+ years' experience extracting clinical, operational, and financial data from electronic health record systems. A track record of successfully navigating messy database schemas and organizational politics to produce analytics that drive organizational change is a big plus.
Ability to write complex SQL queries. We’re looking for comfort with concepts like subqueries, temp tables, and window functions.
Excel wizardry. For example, we'd love for you to know everything there is to know about Pivot Tables.
Thorough knowledge of a BI platform such as Tableau, Qlik, Cognos, or Crystal.
Knowledge and interest in the landscape of healthcare quality improvement and population health management.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. The ability to lead effective conversations with a variety of health center stakeholders, including technical folks, clinicians, and executives, is a key job requirement.
Some experience with scripting languages such as Python or Ruby, or a desire and aptitude to learn.
Be nice, and value collaboration.
Join a small team of people who love what they do and continually strive to delight our customers.
Help us build a company culture that's friendly, respectful, and encourages continual learning.
Competitive salary, excellent benefits (we pay 100% of employee healthcare premiums), 401(k) with employer contribution, generous vacation policy, and a general emphasis on happiness and sanity.
Our office space in downtown Manhattan is provided by WeWork, which means we get all sorts of nice amenities, including social spaces with couches, lots of natural light, and free coffee and beer. Here's what it looks like:
Send an email to [email protected] with the subject line "Senior Health Center Data Analyst." When responding, include a resume and a note in the body of the email explaining your interest in the position. Please also include the phrase "hyena pesto" in your note, so that we know you read this.
We're committed to building a diverse company. Applicants who identify with groups that are under-represented in the technology industry are strongly encouraged to apply.