Statistician Programmer position available at Healthcare Risk Advisors
The Statistician Programmer provides in-depth analysis of project data using appropriate statistical methods to meet internal and external client needs. Maintains project databases, works with audit staff to ensure data collection requirements are met, and assists with development of new databases. Reports results in a variety of settings including meetings, presentations, and written reports. Position is located in the NYC office.
Hands-on statistical analysis of existing and new datasets, including descriptive statistics, regression models, and other appropriate statistical methods.
Plan data collection methods for projects, and determine the sample sizes of groups to be used.
Report results of statistical analyses, including information in form of graphs, charts and tables.
Assist in writing abstract, articles, publications and reports of findings from analyses, as well as study design and methodology and sections for publications.
Display and present data in a meaningful and easy to understand manner.
Conduct quality checks of data.
Provide consultations, data management and analysis.
Monitor historical and current data trends.
Develop automated, customized reports in Access databases.
Perform other duties or special projects as required or as assigned.
Healthcare Risk Advisors, Inc., formerly FOJP Service Corporation, provides comprehensive insurance and risk management advisory services to leading academic hospitals, long-term care facilities, and social services agencies in the metropolitan New York area.
Healthcare Risk Advisors employs a best-in-class approach to risk management that includes risk transfer, development of favorable insuring terms, and dedicated client services throughout the entire claims process. Our team includes accomplished insurance and brokerage professionals as well as attorneys with extensive experience in claims litigation, insurance, and contract law.
HRA’s goal is to ensure that our clients have appropriate levels of coverage—as well as access to risk prevention services and resources—so they can focus their time and effort on the communities they serve.
HRA offers countless career opportunities and an environment which fosters professional advancement and success. Visit www.healthcareriskadvisors.com to learn more about our company.
HRA is an equal opportunity employer.
Education and Experience Required:
Masters required (MS or MPH in Biostatistics, Statistics, or equivalent)
Minimum of 4 years in the Healthcare industry with quality/process improvement focus, with understanding of medical terminology and clinical care.
Must have 4+ years of SAS programming (SAS Institute base certification preferred).
Develop appropriate and accurate statistical models for interpretation of existing and new datasets.
Maintain and make modifications to existing databases.
Prepare and update analyses based on the type of datasets being analyzed.
A strong background in Access, including the ability to write modules using SQL and VBA.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to speak clearly and concisely, conveying complex or technical information in a manner that others can understand, as well as ability to understand and interpret complex information from others.
Advanced MS Excel skills.
Proficiency with MS Office (including Word, Outlook and PowerPoint).
Internal Number: RM 1
About Healthcare Risk Advisors
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 systematical...ly 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.