Solid statistical background
Interest in machine learning
Proficiency in statistical programming languages such as R and Python and ability to organize and query large data sets
Strong communication skills to translate complex mathematical results and concepts to internal and external audiences who often may not have a strong statistics or data background
Interest in healthcare finance and regulation
Ability to problem solve
1 SOA Exam passed
About the Company
We are a small (~25 person) actuarial, health economics, and data science company that quantifies value creation in healthcare and assists in driving efficiencies in healthcare delivery. In so doing, we play an important role in advancing the Triple Aim of Healthcare: better care for individuals, better health for populations, and lower per capita costs. With over 60 peer reviewed articles and 2 textbooks, we are well published in the space of healthcare predictive analytics and outcomes measurement. Our business control cycle starts with quantifying opportunity for improvements, then moves to retrospectively measuring actual outcomes due to disruptions in the medical ecosystem, and then moves to optimizing those disruptions through the use of big data and predictive analytics. Our clients include medical device companies, care management programs, provider groups, payers, and governments.
As our predictive models have scaled, we’ve recognized the need to add data engineering expertise to our team to assist with managing the data warehouses we’ve built as well as expanding our capabilities in this area.