OSF Healthcare Careers

Analytics Program Manager - JUM000256

Hours per week: 40
Status (Benefits): Full-Time
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday
Location: 1306 N Berkeley Ave, Peoria, IL, United States

1306 N Berkeley Ave, Peoria, IL, United States

Job Description


The Program Manager leads and develops teams that translate data into actionable information.  These teams assist leadership with decision making for operational initiatives and strategic priorities, including improved clinical outcomes, population health management, financial performance, productivity improvement, clinical research, cost optimization, staffing, strategic market analysis, investment analysis, space or supply utilization, and system integration.  The Program Manager provides oversight for complex systems of interrelated business intelligence and data management solutions.  The Program Manager will manage large-scale analytical projects, create innovative analyses, offer interpretation, build business intelligence applications, employ sophisticated modeling techniques, present recommendations to management, and mentor team members in business analysis fundamentals, the utilization of creative problem solving, issue resolution, and the development of effective analytical solutions.  Works with leadership throughout the Ministry to analyze operational and strategic performance to identify gaps, establish targets and devise the most efficient and effective methods for measuring and displaying performance, including training for business intelligence and analytical solutions. 




Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, information systems, analytics, business, finance, economics, nursing, or health care administration.

Extensive knowledge of clinical and financial systems such as Epic, Midas, Crimson, Strata, PeopleSoft, Premier, etc. 


Excellent analytical application skills (SQL, Business Objects, Crystal Reports, Access, Qlikview, Tableau, TIBCO Spotfire, MicroStrategy, mapping/GIS software, Excel with attention to Pivot tables, PowerPivot, PowerQuery, Data Model, etc.), with the ability to become an expert in new information systems quickly.  Able to evaluate technology in context of process & reporting needs and utilize such technology applications for creating reports.


Greater than 10 years of work experience with progressively increasing responsibility in healthcare, business intelligence, analytics, operations, finance, or information systems. 


5 to 10 years developing and managing financial, clinical and market healthcare applications, tools, processes, and resources.

Epic Clarity data model fundamentals training is required within 90 days of employment and certification within 6 months of employment. 


Epic certification(s) must be maintained as new version training is released.


Must be able to manage risk and ambiguity, work effectively with operational staff, leadership, and clinicians to define scope, and be able to manage multiple and often changing priorities.


Time management skills required to deliver high-quality reports and information in a dynamic environment with critical deadlines.


Strong analytical skills are required to address clinical, operational and system related problems, to gather and interpret clinical and financial data, and to build compelling business intelligence solutions.


Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills are required to share complex information with leaders across the ministry. 


Previous experience preparing and delivering both small and large group presentations to administrators, physicians, and others.


Demonstrated history of using reporting, spreadsheet, database, and statistical applications. 


Must demonstrate analytical skills necessary to analyze both quantitative and qualitative data and find practical solutions to difficult and complex problems.


Deep knowledge of database design principles, methodologies and tools, including, but not limited to, work flows, field structure, table layout, joins, etc. 


Experience developing streamlined user interfaces and building applications that graphically display complex quantitative data.


Proven supervisory and leadership skills in organizing projects, team building, training, problem solving, and mentoring others. 


Supervisory experience or leading teams.



Master's degree in business, healthcare, or related analytics field.


Experience with payor-generated eligibility/claims data is preferred.


Development expertise with web applications or business intelligence platforms is preferred. 




Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.


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