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Reporting to the Psychiatry Department Faculty Practice Associates (FPA) leadership, primary responsibilities are to handle data reconciliation for the Department’s FPA providers to ensure correct payment, develop reports for Department leadership, build strategic relationships with faculty, and communicate with the central Mount Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice (MSDFP) and the Central Billing Office (CBO).
The Data Analyst is responsible for implementing best data management practices in an effort to improve and ensure quality, streamline data cleaning efforts, and deliver analyzable databases within agreed upon project timelines.
- Supports Psychiatry FPA leadership, providers, and staff to maintain accurate data and develop reports as needed related to payment processing, performance metrics, and billing
- Extract data from multiple Electronical Medical Record (EMR) Systems, Patient Registration and Scheduling Systems, and Billing Systems
- Develop summary-level reports using MS EXCEL
- Maintains accurate and complete data sets
- Presents and analyzes data for Department leadership and FPA providers
- Processes biweekly supplement payouts for FPA providers
- Manages monthly general ledger reconciliation and communicates with Finance to correct errors
- Maintains active FPA provider list with contact and specialty information and coordinates with FPA administrative staff to streamline referral process
- Works closely with leadership to prepare the annual FPA budget
- Creates monthly individual FPA provider dashboards
- Develops ad hoc reports requested by senior leadership
- Other related duties will be assigned as needed
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study
- Strong analytical skills using MS EXCEL with the ability to perform complex analysis and make recommendations
- 1 to 2 years of analytics development experience in healthcare or a non-healthcare field
- Experience with a wide variety of analytical or statistical methods
- Excellent oral and writing skills; ability to communicate effectively with all levels of leadership
- Demonstrated ability to articulate goals, plan and implement processes to achieve those goals, and meet deadlines
- Self-motivated with a demonstrated ability to work independently, and to exercise independent judgment in developing complex techniques or programs in a dynamic environment
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