Sr. Business Analyst & Client Performance Manager
Through its market-leading financial management solution, VisitPay is using data, analytics and software to address the growing crisis of massive increases in out-of-pocket medical expenses for consumers. We are seeking a Sr. Business Analyst & Client Performance Manager to join our Analytics and Client Services team. He or she is a proven analytical problem solver who can bring definition to unstructured problems, be hands on with SQL and other analysis tools, and lead and develop junior analysts. He or she will own and lead projects and strategies that deliver increased profitability and increased patient satisfaction for our clients and for VisitPay. He or she is driven and willing to put in the extra time and effort required to drive the success of a growth company, yet also values and enjoys the flexible, casual environment we afford.
Core skills include understanding and identifying key business questions and opportunities, developing analysis plans, assembling and synthesizing data using advanced SQL queries, seamlessly integrating data into excel models, charts/tables, and other tools to deliver clear and crisp communication and recommendations. The Sr. Business Analyst & Client Performance Manager both supports and leads efforts with our clients and members of our client services, product, and data engineering teams.
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VisitPay lives at the intersection of Health Care, Consumer Finance, Digital Consumer Experience, Big Data, and Analytics. VisitPay provides compelling SaaS products to large healthcare systems across the US and is poised to take significant market share in the $420B+ healthcare self-payment market. Utilizing big data and data analytics to drive proprietary statistical models, VisitPay's SaaS software helps healthcare systems optimize their revenue, while providing patients a simpler, yet more comprehensive solution to healthcare financing.
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