The Data Administrator supports the Quality Outcomes Department through the management of data and related information. Structured data, narrative reports and published literature are relevant to the planning, tracking and trending of outcomes, quality improvement, quality management and practice improvement work. The data administrator integrates data from multiple internal and external systems, including several electronic case records and government databases, and develops functionality to enhance the ability of agency staff to access and understand metrics. Under the direction of the Quality Outcomes Senior Director, and with input from the Department managers and data analyst, the Data Administrator is responsible for data attainment, tracking and some analysis and report development. In addition, the Data Administrator supports the Quality Outcome team by coordinating information for trending and reporting, and other supports for department success.
RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:
Supports systems to capture data, structure and interpret quantitative and qualitative data for client outcomes reporting and trending.
Supports systems to capture and make accessible (to the full agency) published standards of care and best practices.
Convenes and facilitates program and core staff meetings so as to understand data, articulate outcomes needs, and bridge metric driven decisions with clinical planning and care delivery.
Generates reports for programs and administrative areas, including working with users on the purpose of reports, developing methods to integrate data from various systems, writing queries and establishing templates
Identifies areas for improved processes, designs and implements systems to enhance data integrity, efficient workflow and staff access to integrated metrics
Presents findings to department colleagues, programs and agency leadership to inform decision-making; trains staff to understand and apply report findings
Participates in department projects, including program evaluations
Manages a variety of special projects
Distributes team messaging, event planning, and manages correspondence
Develops, prepares and manages division data bases via Excel, Access and other systems
Takes and organizes minutes for various meetings
Creates business correspondences and memos
Other duties as assigned
A bachelor’s degree with coursework related to data management, data analysis, statistics, and survey design preferred. MS degree in public health, public administration or related field preferred.
Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, ability to engage staff collaboratively at all levels of the agency. Ability to understand clinical service delivery at both micro and macro levels.
Organized with an ability to work independently to complete projects.
Excellent writing and presentation; listening, analytical and problem solving skills.
Excellent quantitative data