Clinical Data Analyst II in Fairfield, CA at Northbay Healthcare

Date Posted: 2/4/2021

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    1200 B Gale Wilson Boulevard
    Fairfield, CA
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Job Description


Clinical Data Analyst II

Full Time, FTE: 1; 
NorthBay Medical Center
Fairfield, CA

Job Summary:

At NorthBay Healthcare the Clinical Data Analyst is a healthcare information professional responsible for development, validation and effective presentation of data gathered from multiple sources.  The Analyst is a highly accountable member of an agile team leading quality, performance improvement and safety efforts across the organization.  The Analyst provides leadership within the team around ensuring quality and availability of the organizational knowledge entrusted within the quality division.

Additionally, the Analyst:
Using data, assists in ensuring that processes and protocols are effective, thereby improving the quality and efficiency of care.
Support organizational excellence through analytics, report writing, database queries, and observational studies.
Designs, develops, and maintains various reports that translate into meaningful information supporting the health group leadership team in improving quality performance and driving towards zero harm in alignment with organizational strategic goals, objectives and initiatives.
Identifies necessary resources, develops plans for data related projects, and determining timelines and milestones.
Performs data validation, data reconciliation and the retrieval of missing data when required
Leads and manages the data sets that they are responsible for from planning and execution to completion of a project.
Maintaining, tracks and trends of Quality reports and preparing summary reports for various departments and committees.
Develops and maintains databases as required by the department.
Utilizes appropriate graphical presentation and statistical analysis in completion of assigned studies.
Participates in survey and regulatory preparation including: readiness assessment, action plan development, education and monitoring for standard compliance.
Works independently utilizing a high level of initiative, judgment and critical thinking skills and also works collaboratively in internal and external teams.


  1. Bachelor’s Degree required in Information Management, Informatics, or healthcare. Master’s Degree preferred.
  2. Medical terminology course preferred.

Licensure and Certifications: 

  1. Certification in a related field preferred, for example CDHA, CPHQ, etc.
  2. Current California driver’s license.

Experience, Knowledge, and Skills:

  1. Three to five years of experience in healthcare analytics required.
  2. Experience in applications such as; Discern Analytics, Business Objects Infoview, Midas, Data Vision, Cerner, Data Warehouse, Vizient CDB, Vigilanz, Tableau, Microsoft Office, Electronic Health Records (Cerner, EPIC, etc.) and report writing.
  3. Inter-facility driving typically two to three times per week.
  4. Ability to travel between facility and work sites with access to an operating vehicle with at least minimal coverage auto insurance.
  5. Proficiency with spreadsheets, relational databases, data warehouses, and application solutions programming is required/
  6. Must demonstrate knowledge of quality improvement databases.
  7. Strong database application skills are required .
  8. Must possess strong analytic problem solving skills, with attention to detail, and have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills is required.
  9. Excellent critical thinking skills.
  10. Excellent problem solving skills.
  11. Ability to integrate information from multiple sources.
  12. Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel, and Power Point skills required.
  13. Knowledge of hospital and outpatient operations, informatics, clinical decision support, business concepts and advanced analysis skills are required.
  14. Ability to compile, code, and categorize data.
  15. Maintain medical, financial and legal information confidential.
  16. Ability to juggle multiple priorities and exploring innovative solutions to problems.
  17. Creative thinking, an eye for detail, the ability to work independently and a positive attitude.
  18. Requires a high level of comfort with taking initiative and being accountable for department work and service excellence.


  1. The NorthBay Way is a set of value-based behaviors that are to be consistently demonstrated and role modeled by all employees that work at NorthBay Healthcare.
  2. The NorthBay Way principles consist of Caring, Communication, Collaboration, and Competence. Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to tackle complex situations involving physicians, patients and other personnel.