SCOPE OF ROLE
Our Provider Data team is responsible for partnering with our Care Partners to turn their provider networks into market leading integrated delivery systems. We are reimagining how the network development, network management, and provider relations functions can advance affordable, simple, and personal care for our members. As the Provider Data Analyst, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our Care Partners and other participating providers to build and strengthen the foundation of provider data exchanges between our organizations. You will serve as a key contributor to the strong data connection between Bright and our network participants.
The Provider Data Analyst job description is intended to point out major responsibilities within the role, but it is not limited to these items.
This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
$5M - $10M
The job skills required for Provider Data Analyst include SQL, Project Management, Futures, Data Analytics, etc. Having related job skills and expertise will give you an advantage when applying to be a Provider Data Analyst. That makes you unique and can impact how much salary you can get paid. Below are job openings related to skills required by Provider Data Analyst. Select any job title you are interested in and start to search job requirements.
The following is the career advancement route for Provider Data Analyst positions, which can be used as a reference in future career path planning. As a Provider Data Analyst, it can be promoted into senior positions as a Business Data Analyst II that are expected to handle more key tasks, people in this role will get a higher salary paid than an ordinary Provider Data Analyst. You can explore the career advancement for a Provider Data Analyst below and select your interested title to get hiring information.
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