Behavioral HealthLos Angeles AreaFull-TimeUntil filled or until 100 applicants$55,051.36
Program Analyst I
Salary: 55051.36 - 88082.18 Annually
Job Category: Behavioral Health
Location: Los Angeles Area
Job Type: Full-Time
Close Date: Continuous
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Tri-City is looking for one individual to serve as a Program Analyst I for the Best Practices Department. The Program Analyst I will appeal to those who are passionate about project coordination and data analysis of performance measures for quality improvement of behavioral health programs. This position will be responsible for ensuring data quality and improvement of all projects and programs within our community mental health agency. The Program Analyst I will report to a Program and Outcomes Analyst Supervisor.
This position is responsible for a variety of ongoing responsibilities including, but not limited to:
Review of databases to determine that needed assessments and measures are submitted in a timely manner;
Data entry of program data into required data bases;
Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems;
Develop and implement databases, data collection tools/systems, data analytics and other strategies that optimize data efficiency and quality;
Create reports to be used for agency-wide program development, implementation and improvement;
Prepare data to assist in required quarterly reports, annual updates, and other analyses and evaluations for all agency programs;
Assist in the development of work products necessary for all phases of programs;
Responsible for developing, arranging, leading and coordinating trainings and meetings to plan and review quality improvement projects and outcomes data.
Facilitate the process for the development of agency and program performance measures;
Ensure confidentiality and integrity of Protected Health Information (PHI) of clients served by Agency to comply with all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA) regulations and other duties as assigned.