Claims Business Analyst
This position is a subject matter expert on medical claims data. This person will help answer questions about claims data (claim submissions as well as claim remittances), train both staff and clients on understanding and analyzing healthcare claims data in general, particularly remittances, and serve as an advisor to claims-based projects.
This position will report to the VP of Product and Innovation and will work closely with the Product Management, Customer Success, and Onboarding/Training & Support teams.
- Leverage experience with claims processing and remittance data to serve as a subject matter expert to the wider organization
- Work with product managers to develop new claimed-based products, reports, and derivative data
- Provide training for customer-facing teams on claims-based data/tools
- Offer sales support (sales engineering) assistance, as needed, to answer detailed client questions about this claims data
- Create supporting internal and external documentation around claims data and claims-based tools
Qualifications and Requirements:
- 5+ years experience with claims and remittance data
- Strong written and verbal communication skills; past experience with client-facing roles
- Excel experience
- SQL experience
- Familiarity with BI tools (e.g. Tableau, Power BI) is a plus
As always, pay is generally based on level of experience, but we expect this position to land in the $70-90k range.
If you would like to apply for this position, please send all inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For today’s healthcare providers, decisions matter more than ever. Teams that spend too much time in the weeds of data processing can’t keep pace with those who’ve learned how to elevate their decision quality. Providers who are winning are spending their resources on planning and execution, resulting in better, more confident decisions. That’s where Stratasan can help.
Our bright, diverse team of analysts, engineers, product developers, and everyday dreamers keep our software and services running smoothly so our customers can make decisions with confidence. By enabling our clients to analyze and visualize what they need to, we set them on a course for sustainability and growth that can survive even the most disruptive of circumstances.
We’re stronger because of our customer-first culture and inclusive work environment. We’re a team of entrepreneurially-minded, self-motivated healthcare aficionados and technology geeks. Together, we solve complex problems, rethink conventional processes, and celebrate big wins.
Our office is in downtown Nashville, just steps away from the Nashville Farmers Market, Bicentennial State Park, and Capitol View. Remote work has been and always will be a part of our culture but, in the spirit of 2020, we have transitioned to a fully distributed workforce for the time being. We engage regularly throughout the workday and keep things social with virtual happy hours, lunches, Slack chatter and group games.
We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. We believe our differences truly make us stronger.
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