Arcadia Healthcare Solutions

  • Clinical Informaticist (POP Health) - Danbury/NYC Area

  • Overview

    Join the Client Facing Team of a high growth Population Health and Analytics software company. We’re a team of friendly data geeks and healthcare experts who are passionate about helping organizations succeed in value-based care. We provide technology that enables even the most complex healthcare organizations to acquire, analyze and use the richest data to solve their most challenging issues. Ideate with the best minds in healthcare through our advisory network. Build with engineers that have 5+ years using Hadoop, Scala, and Spark to get jet engines to communicate, others that spent 10 years working in the data trenches created by healthcare’s switch from fee for service to fee for value, and still others with unparalleled capabilities in using data viz to make sense of massive data sets  – all focused on pulling healthcare tech into modernity.


    This position will be on-site for one of our customers located in Danbury, CT 


    This resource will work along side population health teams to support the reduction of variation across provider practices, stewardship of clinical data, and management of Arcadia tools. This resource will also provide reporting and analytics support around the following clinical topics, as well as support ah-hoc requests coming from the hospitals population health team.  


    • Patient Stratification & Hotspotting
    • Provider Scorecarding
    • Clinical Quality
    • Gaps in Care & Risk Documentation
    • Pre-visit Planning




    • Must be located in the Danbury/NYC area, 
    • 5-10 years of experience in data analysis in a clinical setting
    • Formal training as a Clinical Informaticist.



    • Bachelor’s Degree in IT or a related Technical Field (Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, or other analytical discipline) and/or 5-10 years years of relevant experience.



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