Performance Advisor, Health Finance Analytics
Data and Analytics Division
12-month contract (secondment opportunities are welcomed, including part-time secondment)
Target Hiring Range: $76,773 - $89,569
The Ontario Hospital Association (OHA)’s 2018-2021 Strategic Plan includes a bold vision for the OHA as an organization that will “improve the availability and effective use of data and analytics to help support better performance”. To that end, OHA now hosts online platforms delivering a growing suite of data analytics tools for our hospital members and other subscribers. Going forward, we will pursue this vision through maturing our analytics and leveraging our growing data assets.
Critical areas in which OHA supports its members are with respect to funding, performance, efficiency and various drivers of hospitals’ operational and financial health. As such, OHA is an active participant in understanding and shaping health system funding policy, changes in delivery models, human resources management, patient experience and other factors affecting the business of health care delivery. Hospitals’ abilities to successfully adapt to changes in funding and manage their financial health depend on timely and accurate analytics-enabled insights about their clinical volumes, cost drivers and resulting efficiency relative to peers.
As a client-facing representative of the Data and Analytics team, the Performance Advisor, Health Finance Analytics supports and advances the health finance applications within the Data and Analytics platform. The incumbent is a trusted expert with advanced knowledge of complex health datasets and the Ontario health system.
Reporting to the Director, Data and Analytics, the Performance Advisor, Health Finance Analytics, supports the integration of financial health information into the Data and Analytics Platform, engages with hospital members and other users to build awareness and competency of the health finance applications, and collaborates with internal/external stakeholders to build new solutions that leverage large financial and administrative clinical data sets in pursuit of patterns, actionable insights, and solutions to business challenges.
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The Ontario Hospital Association OHA is a not-for-profit Association. Our purpose is serving Ontario’s hospital to build a better health system. At the OHA, our members are at the heart of everything we do. Through advocacy, learning and engagement, labour relations and improved access to data and analytics, the OHA is enhancing the direct services it provides to members.
Interested in helping the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) build a better health system?
We can offer you a fulfilling role, an inspiring and creative place to work, and the chance to change the health care system (for the better) – and oh yeah, have a lot of fun in the process. As you may know, employee engagement is key in the success of any business, and the OHA is proud of our 99 percent employee engagement rate.
Need more proof the OHA is a great place to work? Well, how about this… we’ve been recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada, five times, as well as Best Workplaces in Canada for Women.
In serving Ontario’s hospitals to build a better health system, the OHA is a dynamic organization offering innovative education, tools, and practices that enable people to deliver effective, safe and efficient health care. For more information visit www.oha.com.
The OHA is committed to fostering a climate of equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We welcome and respect the diversity of all members of our community. We welcome applications from Black individuals and Persons of Colour, Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ2+ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas within our community. OHA is committed to fair assessment of a candidate’s abilities, and consideration for diversity of thought, method, and experience, including non-traditional career paths.
The successful applicant must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (as defined by the Government of Canada) or have a valid vaccination exemption pursuant to the Human Rights Code. Further, they must provide proof of vaccination (or a valid exemption) prior to the start date, provide updated information as necessary, and comply with any ongoing vaccination-related requirements.
Potential applicants are invited to submit a resume and covering letter by July 25, 2022. If contacted for an interview, please inform us should accommodation be required.