The Business Data Analyst 2 gathers, complies, analyzes and provides qualitative and quantitative information and statistical data, and presents this information in narrative or schematic form for use in business planning and administrative decision making. This is the second of a three level series. The Business Data Analyst 2 is distinguished from the lower level by providing analysis of the data, advanced technical skills in report writing and by providing recommendations for business outcomes from the analyzed data. The Business Data Analyst 2 is distinguished from the higher level by the lack of responsibility for writing complex computer programs, planning studies, managing complex business research and providing complex interpretations and recommendations, consultative and decision support to division and/or executive leaders.
In partnership with the CSPM (Children\u2019s Surgery Program Manager) collects all required data elements for the program.
Works in collaboration with the CSPM & Medical Director to identify trends in data.
In collaboration with the Quality team, identifies opportunities to streamline data collection across programs.
Develops reports and visuals of the data needed for the CSV program.
Monitors clinical processes and outcomes related to the quality of care provided.
Primary support for improvement efforts for the CSV program, supplying data ideas, measurement, tools and visualization.
Supports additional improvement efforts in the hospital as needed.
Builds relationships with other verified Children\u2019s Surgery Centers
In conjunction with the Pediatric Quality program, develops processes for validation and analysis of data.
Serves as an internal resource for the staff in all departments and, acts as a liaison for other system entities.
Serves as a backup for other data analysts on the quality team
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