The Peer Review Reporting Analyst has the primary responsibility for providing the data support and analysis related to the Healthcare Peer Review Process. Scope includes provider-specific clinical indicator data used for individual case review, Focused and Ongoing Practitioner Performance Evaluations (FPPE and OPPE), and quality data used for the biennial recredentialing process. The Peer Review Reporting Analyst works closely with the Quality Management Director, the Peer Review Specialists, the Peer Review Committee Chair, and the Clinical Chairs/Chiefs to: identify specific department/division indicators; help determine, design, develop, and operationalize the appropriate data streams; design and produce periodic and on-going monitoring reports; and design and operationalize the documentation archive for use with the Peer Review Committee and the Credentials Committee.
The Peer Review Reporting Analyst works with clinicians and workflow analysts to identify and document the detailed requirements. The analyst leads the design and development of the peer review data requirements that complies with Clinical Informatics Department (CID), Business Intelligence Management Division (BIMD) and Information Technology Group (ITG) Processes and Standards. Skills and activities required include: Epic Clarity and Cogito data warehousing, system development Agile methodology, analysis, design, SQL database language, and the use of multiple reporting tools to develop reporting solutions that range from simple measures to highly complex analytics.
The Peer Review Reporting Analyst is expected to observe due care, objectivity and respect for confidentiality. All employees must keep confidential what they hear and what they see when handling, reviewing, or observing: communications and records thereof (calls, email, pages, fax, etc.), data transmission, databases, or other forms of information Confidentiality extends to the identities of the parties of the communications, and even to the fact that the communication took place. When sharing information, consider whether the recipient has a true business need to know.
CID employees are responsible for the security of OHSU technology. In exercising their duties, CID employees must follow OHSU security directives, incorporating security measures in the delivery of their everyday tasks, and are required to report security concerns to the ITG Security Engineering team.