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Job Title: Analytic Intern
Job Number: 1058/721/3755
Organization: Health Services Advisory Group
Posted: 1/18/2024
Type: Internship
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Other
Number of Openings: 3
Location: Remote,      USA
Position Description: Internship Program Overview

This analyst internship opportunity is available to master’s- or doctoral-level students immediately post-graduation or during the last semester prior to graduation. The 3–6-month internship is paid, and each intern will acquire competencies in at least one of the following core areas:

Learn about national healthcare quality reporting including how quality measures are created, tested, evaluated, and implemented into quality reporting programs. Assist with analytic tasks such as data validation, developing and implementing analytic plans, cross referencing data, and producing operational reports. Obtain knowledge of a wide range of data types including (but not limited to) survey medical claims and encounters prescription drug claims eligibility/beneficiary demographic clinical electronic health record registry vital statistics operational Gain experience using statistical programming packages (SAS, Python) and working with CMS databases. Essential Competencies, Duties and Responsibilities

Interns will be oriented to the core competencies. Once assigned to an HSAG project, each intern will:

Be assigned an HSAG mentor to serve as a day- to-day point of contact. Meet with the project team and begin participating in all project team meetings. Make presentations to project team and communicate project results to staff. Perform assignments and prepare work products that contribute to the overall project. Examples of assignments include but are not limited to the following:

Assist with production of data submission reports for CMS quality reporting programs. Review and update analytic plans based on requirements specific to the quality reporting program. Perform ad-hoc analyses as required and support drafting of results, reports, and briefing papers. Represent HSAG in a professional manner, at all times. Compensation: $20.00/$25.00/hour

Qualifications: A recent graduate or graduate student pursing a master’s or doctoral degree in a healthcare-related discipline such as public health, health informatics, health sciences, social science, business, economics, math, or statistics.

Other Qualifications

Familiarity with SAS software for statistical programming If not experienced in SAS, must be willing to learn SAS during the internship to produce reports, conduct and interpret primary analyses, and/or conduct secondary and exploratory analyses The majority of HSAG’s analytic work is performed using SAS. Proficient in identification, critical review, and synthesis of scientific and policy-related healthcare literature. Conceptualize and draft reports supported by tables, charts, and text. Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Organization Description: HSAG Overview

Since our beginning in 1979, HSAG has been committed to improving the quality of healthcare services to achieve the best possible patient outcomes. HSAG is nationally recognized as an industry leader in the areas of healthcare policy, measure development, and health services research. We are in search of individuals who are interested in a future career in in health services research in HSAG’s Healthcare Policy and Quality Measurement (HPQM) Division. Together we can create positive change to make healthcare better.

Closing Date: 4/18/2024
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Contact Name: Kari Tomlin,  Analytic Intern
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How to Apply: Please submit application online

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