DATA-DRIVEN HEALTH CARE IMPROVEMENT-- AMGA is a trade association leading the transformation of health care in America located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Representing multispecialty medical groups and integrated systems of care, we advocate, educate, and empower our members to deliver the next level of high performance health. AMGA is the national voice promoting awareness of our members’ recognized excellence in the delivery of coordinated, high-quality, high-value care. More than 170,000 physicians practice in our member organizations, delivering care to one in three Americans. For more information, visit amga.org.
AMGA Analytics is AMGA’s engine for innovative health analytics. We work directly with member organizations, helping them use data to drive clinical decision-making, enhance patient-centered care, transform care systems, and improve population health. Through a partnership with Optum, AMGA has access to an unparalleled clinical data resource—longitudinal EHR and claims data for more than 30 million patients.
AMGA is looking for individuals with clinical experience and an avid interest in health analytics, research, and translation. Join us in discovering variation in care processes, clinical outcomes, and cost, where our cross-cutting comparisons and actionable analyses are yielding tangible improvements in population health. Mirroring the cultures of our member organizations, we work as an innovative team, thriving on flexibility in a supportive environment to meet your goals for personal and professional growth. This is an opportunity to put analytics to work, changing health care for the better.
Apply advanced analytic skills to design statistically sound analytical approaches and compelling data visualizations that support population health improvement for medical groups and integrated health care systems across the US
Analyze integrated administrative & clinical data using statistical and data visualization software such as SAS, Stata, R, & Tableau
Serve as a resource for scientific studies, strategic research, and analytic initiatives
Design and generate reports, provide insights, and interpret analytic results in clinically meaningful terms
Outreach to members to gain insights into care and operational processes that support the findings from the data
Master’s degree in public health, health informatics, statistics, epidemiology, or other related field, or equivalent experience
Expertise in statistical software such as SAS, Stata, R, or SPSS
Proficiency with Tableau or other advanced data visualization software
Expertise in research involving analysis of clinical, operational, and/or financial health care data, including qualitative as well as quantitative methods (preferred)
Proven ability to “tell a story with data,” conveying complex concepts to audiences with multiple perspectives, at different levels of sophistication, including chief medical and quality officers, front-line care teams, and operations executives
Familiarity with clinical settings, health care operations, and quality improvement methods, including translation
Experience planning, conducting analyses of clinical outcomes, and presenting findings
Demonstrated experience in proposal preparation, including literature review
AMGA is a trade association leading the transformation of health care in America. Representing multispecialty medical groups and integrated systems of care, we advocate, educate, and empower our members to deliver the next level of high performance health. AMGA is the national voice promoting awareness of our members’ recognized excellence in the delivery of coordinated, high-quality, high-value c...are. More than 170,000 physicians practice in our member organizations, delivering care to one in three Americans. For more information, visit amga.org
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