JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, this position works at the Center for Health System Improvement (CHSI) to analyze the EHR and administrative claims databases work of the CHSI and the UTHSC Health Alliance. Other duties include assisting with the design, analysis, and interpretation of various health services research studies and helping to operationalize research questions, create study cohorts, apply analytic approaches, and assist with interpretation.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Formulates study cohorts for specific projects, which includes creating a "core" analytical file.
Develops research designs and analysis plans in collaboration with the study investigators.
Conducts statistical analysis under the direct supervision of the study investigators.
Establishes tables, figures, and other research related materials for scientific papers and grant applications.
Participates in writing manuscripts and working on reports.
Builds and maintains analytical dashboards on Tableau containing quarterly/monthly statistics and performance metrics.
Creates practice improvement reports for the data providers participating in the Diabetes, Wellness, and Prevention Coalition (DWPC) Registry and Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN).
Assists with cleaning data and managing the DWPC-PBRN.
Collaborates with faculty to provide ad hoc reports.
Convenes with the research team and participates in regular research planning meetings.
Works closely with the Data Engineer at CHSI, UT information technology, and Center for Biomedical Informatics at UTHSC.
Performs administrative duties for research projects to include paperwork preparation for IRB approvals.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 212331
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