Healthfirst Data Scientist in New York, New York
The Data Scientist helps Healthfirst discover the information hidden in vast amounts of data so that informed Enrollment and Billing decisions are made in delivering quality products. The incumbent of this position is responsible for applying data mining techniques, performing statistical analyses, and building high quality prediction systems integrated with our products. The individual will also: analyze very large data sets in real time databases; evaluate scenarios and make predictions on future outcomes; provide strategic thought for the development, validation and delivery of algorithms utilizing statistical models and reporting tools; and act as the analytics subject matter expert for highly complex projects involving multiple resources and tasks.
Analyze and reconcile premium revenue and remittance status, accounting for rate changes across all product lines. Support and report account receivables sub-ledger aging and collections.
Collect and data mine to assess and resolve account receivable variances between supportable sub-ledger and general ledger activity, supporting write-offs and adjustments to be recorded in general ledger.
Review, analyze and create detailed documentation reports to support account receivable operational and reconciliation process.
Lead development and execution of highly complex algorithms and statistical predictive models from large sets of data
Determine analytical approaches and modeling techniques to evaluate scenarios and potential future outcomes
Inference data to make recommendations and decisions
Anticipate and solve strategic and high risk business problems with broad impact on the business area by investigating problems, detecting patterns and recommending solutions
Communicate new knowledge and insights gained from analysis of big data
Perform statistical analysis to quantify the limitations of models
Transfer knowledge and concepts to the team that is implementing the actual system
Partner with IT and business teams to solve problems, develop new algorithms and models, and identify trends and opportunities. Inform, influence, support, and execute business and product decisions.
-Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution.
Proficiency of scripting and programming skills
Experience using MS Office suite, including Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
Expertise in utilizing data analysis and query tools such as SAS and SQL.
Experience with applied statistics skills, such as distributions, statistical testing, regression, etc.
-Ability to successfully run queries from a data warehouse.
Working knowledge of financial system (AX), Auditing, GAAP, and MAR Experience innovating and implementing audit techniques
Expertise innovating and implementing audit techniques
Master’s degree or higher from an accredited institution
Excellent communication skills
Programming experience with C, C++, C# or Java
Experience developing innovative solutions to complex problems
Experience dealing with scalability challenges
Advanced problem solving skills and the ability to make critical, independent decisions within area of responsibility
Excellent time management and the ability to prioritize work and complete assignments within their allotted deadline
Experience working with and communicating technical information to multiple levels of technical and non-technical staff in written and verbal form
Experience prioritizing a heavy workload in a fast paced environment
Knowledge of modern machine learning algorithms (clustering, classification and regression), statistical methods and optimization
Knowledge of health care industry, products, systems, business strategies and products
Five (5) or more years of progressively complex related experience in analysis
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