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Some people take things as they come. Others relentlessly push themselves to go farther. Combine health care and technology, which are two of the fastest-growing fields on the planet, with UnitedHealth Group's culture of performance, collaboration and opportunity and this is what you get: industry-leading health care services at a company that's improving the lives of millions.
As the Health Care Economics Consultant you will design and develop reports and analyze data to measure clinical outcomes, network performance and methodology levers. You will investigate key business problems through quantitative analyses of utilization and health care costs data. As the Consultant, you will interpret and analyze clinical data from various sources and recommend best approaches for its consolidation. Your analyses will be used to create viable, real-world solutions in a complex health care landscape. The work is as challenging as it is rewarding. You'll open doors to new opportunities. This is where bold people with big ideas are writing the next chapter in health care. Join us. There's never been a better time to do your life's best work.(sm)
Research and investigate key business problems through quantitative analyses of utilization and healthcare cost data
Provides insightful statistical findings
Identify potential areas for medical cost improvements and alternatives
Perform data analytics in support of trend identification, clinical initiative or program development
Validate, measure and track key leading indicators and lagging indicators to determine the effectiveness of the clinical management
Produce or support development of dashboard, scorecard, and profile
Leverage and coordinate enterprise wide capabilities to meet business specific reporting needs and solution.
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