Hospitals Insurance Company is currently seeking a Clinical Patient Safety Data Analyst to join its team in the New York Office!
The Clinical Patient Safety Data Analyst (CPSDA) conducts data driven activities for the Risk Management department, including interpreting data, communicating results and making recommendations. The CPSDA analyzes and mines data to identify patterns and correlations among the various data points, produces queries and/or reports from various databases, including Access, SQL, Checkbox® and CRICO Strategies Comprehensive Risk Intelligence Tool (CRIT) and reports results in a variety of settings including meetings, presentations and written reports.
Work directly with senior management to define information needs and delivery requirements.
Facilitate the compilation, analysis and sharing of data insights arising out of the clinical initiatives and claims reviews.
Data analysis of existing and new datasets.
Build models based on project needs.
Convey result in a way that is user-friendly and can be used for external stakeholders.
Provide direction and education on analytical results to help clients understand and quantify safety events and assist in identifying areas of opportunities for improvement.
Produce queries and/or reports using statistical software.
Use CRICO Strategies’ Comprehensive Risk Intelligence Tool (CRIT) to capture and analyze clinical data pertaining to open and closed claims.
Administrator for Checkbox® software:
Serve as a key resource in planning and developing client surveys.
Troubleshoot issues on behalf of internal and external users.
Conduct training for all survey users.
Establish and maintain survey accounts for all survey users.
Facilitate communication between HIC and external clients, to assist in the delivery of appropriate data and necessary follow-up.
Function as a member of various committees by participating in meetings, preparing materials and offering process improvement recommendations.
Conduct other research and provide support to other Risk Management Department projects as assigned.
Education and Experience Required:
At least 5 years clinical experience (MD, RN or PA); a hospital setting preferred
Master’s degree preferred
Minimum 5 years of experience with data analytics, and/or information management related to healthcare
Experience with clinical data sources including electronic medical records and familiarity with clinical information
Good knowledge of medical claims data
Proficient in analysis tools (e.g. SAS)
Experience with large amounts of complex data, including data mining and result interpretation
Possess strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
Ability to manipulate, analyze, and report on clinical data sets
Daily experience in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint
Good organizational and follow-up skills with ability to work independently
Ability to manage multiple priorities and set appropriate systems in place to track projects and work
Ability to communicate effectively as a member of a highly collaborative team, listening actively and expressing ideas clearly and concisely in group problem-solving sessions
Hospitals Insurance Company (HIC), a New York State licensed insurance company with offices in New York City and White Plains, NY, provides professional liability, general liability and other insurance coverages for hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians, and health care professionals throughout New York State. Since 1987, HIC has served the insurance needs of the medical community with a strong commitment to personal service, competitive rates and security for its policyholders. With twenty-five years of experience in the business, HIC is one of the oldest healthcare professional liability insurers in the country.
HIC works closely with FOJP Service Corporation (FOJP), one of the largest insurance and risk management organizations in the country and a leader in the risk management community. Since 1977, FOJP has administered property and casualty insurance programs for a group of major hospitals, long-term care facilities, and social service agencies in the metropolitan New York area.
As risk management advisor to its clients, HIC has a deep interest in initiatives to reduce patient injury and improve clinical outcomes. In coordination with FOJP, HIC systematically collects and analyzes data on incidents, losses and claims; helps identify potential hazards; investigates adverse patient incidents; and provides claims administration and litigation management services.
Hospitals Insurance Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: CPSDA01
About FOJP Service Corporation
FOJP Service Corporation is one of the largest insurance and risk management organizations in the country and a leader in the risk management community. Since 1977, FOJP has administered property and casualty insurance programs for a group of major hospitals, long-term care facilities, and social service agencies in the metropolitan New York area. Some of the city’s most important and highly regarded academic medical centers – and more than 10,000 physicians –participate in FOJP’s professional liability insurance program, the first of its kind in the nation.
As risk management advisor to its clients, FOJP has a deep interest in initiatives to reduce patient injury and improve clinical outcomes. FOJP systematically collects and analyzes data on incidents, losses, and claims; help identify potential hazards; investigates adverse patient incidents; and provides claims administration and litigation management services. Through publications, seminars, education, and training courses, the company helps health care professionals respond to new developments in medicine and insurance regulation.
FOJP offers countless career opportunities and an environment which fosters professiona...l advancement and success. Visit www.fojp.com to learn more about our company.
FOJP is an equal opportunity employer.