• Clinical Decision Support Analyst, Medical Decision Support, Full-Time, 8 Hours

    Requisition ID
    Community Medical Centers - Corporate Offices (CMC)
    Posted Date
  • Overview

    About Community Medical Centers

    We are the largest and most comprehensive hospital network in the Central San Joaquin Valley with a history of serving central California that dates back to 1897.

    At Community Medical Centers, we’re boldly moving forward – growing to meet the ever-changing needs of the dynamic communities we serve.


    Like many hospital systems, ours is not-for-profit – but what sets us apart is that we’re also locally owned. That means the money left after we meet operating costs is invested back into improving healthcare services for the local community. We’re financially sound and our facilities are adding new technology and undergoing exciting expansion projects. We’re able to offer an exceptional variety of ways for you to grow – both in how you do your job as a healthcare professional and in the way you live your life as well.


    Community Medical Centers is the region’s largest private employer, providing jobs for more than 8,000 employees, including 2, 900 nursing staff. The Community family also includes more than 1,300 affiliated physicians, 900 volunteers, and more than 300 medical and dental residents from the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program and the University of the Pacific’s School of Dentistry. If you share our passion for providing the highest quality healthcare for each and every patient, consider a career with Community Medical Centers today.



    • Knowledge of governmental and regulatory agencies and programs.
    • Develop analytical reports to identify and monitor performance activities.
    • Conduct assessments to identify opportunities for data management and reporting improvement.
    • Consult with department personnel to review and interpret reports under the supervision of senior members of the department.
    • Serve as a resource to other analysts in creating, designing and implementing databases and data integration solutions.
    • Develop methods of transforming data into actionable information through report presentation including charts, graphs, and spreadsheets and prepare finished packages for presentation.
    • Collaborate with other analysts in developing processes to ensure data integrity and security related to the processes of collection, distribution, and analysis of results.
    • Distribute reports for review and approval as defined by department policy, insuring all indicated corrections and changes are processed and the report copies are prepared prior to meetings.
    • Assist in the aggregation and presentation of ad hoc statistical data as directed for accreditation, regulatory, risk management and business planning.
    • Policy research and analysis of program impact.
    • Works closely with other Quantitative Analysts in the design methodology, statistical analysis and presentation of Quality Improvement measurement activities at Community Medical Centers




    • Bachelors degree in statistics, business, nursing or closely related fields.
    • Previous employment in a highly confidential position.
    • Experience with statistical software packages such as Excel and SPSS.

    PREFERRED: Healthcare background


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