This AmeriCorps Fellow will mine historically significant hospital data and provide analysis and forecasting. The AmeriCorps Fellow will serve with the NHA executive team to use the data forecasting in developing and prioritizing action steps for the management of clinical and financial outcomes for rural healthcare in Nebraska.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone in a data or healthcare focused degree program.
Deadline to apply: June 24. This is a 12mo, full time position, for $30K/yr (this is A Lead for America Fellowship, through the AmeriCorps program).
View full information and apply online here.
The Nebraska Hospital Association is seeking a Data Director.
The NHA Data Director is responsible for overseeing the NHA data department data processing, including data mining and analytics. The Director will be responsible for providing data to support and enhance decision making including data forecasting to inform hospital performance, financial and clinical outcomes.
Health Data Analyst I
Apply nowJob no: 495483
Recruiter: Allison Plummer
Hiring Manager: Christopher Macrander
Salary Grade: I-7
Work type: Regular
Location: Omaha, Nebraska
Categories: Administration, Analytics
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE) is more than just an insurance company; we exist to be there for people in the best and hardest moments of their lives.
Our team is the power behind that promise. And, as the industry rapidly evolves and we seek ways to optimize business processes and customer experiences, there’s no greater time for forward-thinking professionals like you to join us in delivering on it!
As a member of Team Blue, you’ll find purpose, opportunities and the support you need to build a meaningful career and make a powerful impact in our community.
What you’ll do:
- Gather business requirements, extract and prepare the data for ad-hoc reports, using appropriate sourcing and analytic methodology.
- Perform standard analysis to internal stakeholders, providing designs and data mappings for review by a senior along the way.
- Assist senior analyst in analytical projects, including requirement gathering, extraction and preparation of data and analysis methodologies.
- Participate in brainstorming sessions, design reviews, quality reviews and other collaborative quality and knowledge sharing activities.
The Clinical Study Coordinator will coordinate clinical research projects at the Mind & Brain Health Labs (MBHL, Department of Neurological Sciences) aimed at improving patient health, disease treatment, and quality of life in individuals who are aging or have neurological, psychiatric, or chronic medical disorders. The work will focus on coordinating, supporting, and administering research participant exams and assessments, engaging with the medical and broader community, and monitoring patient safety and research progress. Coordinate clinical research projects from start to finish to support successful communication, coordination, and work across a multidisciplinary healthcare team and a diverse research team to meet project goals.
The Clinical Study Coordinator will be independent, responsible, accountable, self-motivated, a strong and adept communicator, and able to complete detailed tasks accurately and with quality. Adhere to project regulatory protocols (e.g., UNMC, FDA, IRB, HIPAA, lab, sponsor, federal) to meet research participant safety and confidentiality, data quality and security, and successful project operation needs. The Clinical Study Coordinator will be able to work with a diverse team of individuals and maintain effective and professional working relationships in a variety of environments (e.g., clinical, research, community).
Founded in 2002 by President William J. Clinton and Ira C. Magaziner, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries (LMICs), while strengthening the capabilities of governments and the private sector in those countries to create and sustain high-quality health systems that can succeed without our assistance. For more information, please visit: http://www.clintonhealthaccess.org.
Laboratory Services Team
The Research Associate will be a member of CHAI’s Laboratory Services Team (LST). The Research Associate will report to Senior Scientist on LST, and will work closely with members from both CHAI country teams and global teams.
Provision of high quality diagnostic services is one of the leading priorities of CHAI’s Laboratory service team (LST). LST plays the lead role in coordinating work on access to diagnostics, working closely with test manufacturers, governments, and multilateral organizations to lower prices, scale up use of proven diagnostic tools and products that expand service delivery, and accelerate the entry and uptake of new innovative products for HIV, TB, HCV and COVID-19 (among other communicable and non-communicable diseases). LST’s work often catalyzes the market in an environment where funding streams are limited; LST works with high-volume, early-adopter countries to build a healthy, competitive global market for novel point-of-care (POC) and central lab-based products for diagnostics.