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Health Center Data and Operations Specialist

About CCHN

Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) is the membership association of Colorado’s 20 Community Health Centers (CHCs) which serve their communities by offering integrated primary, behavioral, and oral health care at over 240 clinic sites in underserved communities. CCHN, a dynamic and team-orientated non-profit of approximately 26 employees, provides support and technical assistance to Colorado’s CHCs.

Duties

Essential Duties/Responsibilities: 1. With direction from the Health Center Operations Division Director or other CCHN staff, lead research, develop data collection tools, collect, analyze, distribute information, and, as appropriate, produce special reports including, but not limited to, the following: a. CHC operational and financial data such as patient demographics, revenues versus costs, projected growth in terms of patients and revenues, and related data; b. Community development and expansion of the CHC model in Colorado; c. Impact of proposed regulatory changes on operations and sustainability, as applicable; d. Environmental and marketplace analysis; and, e. Policy implications and related data queries. 2. Coordinate technical assistance and training for the annual Uniform Data System (UDS) reports, as well as collect and lead the analysis of the UDS reports using the UDS Analysis Database (UAD). 3. In collaboration with the Health Center Operations Division Director, serve as the subject matter expert on federal and state legislation, regulation, and policy governing CHCs. This includes monitoring, summarizing, and/or interpreting as applicable federal and state policy updates around the CHC program 4. Under the supervision of the Health Center Operations Division Director, organize, implement, and facilitate the Corporate Compliance and Pharmacy Peer Groups.

Qualifications

1. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines. 2. Ability to present and interpret complex information to multiple audiences in person and virtually. 3. Demonstrated awareness of, and value for, diversity, equity, and inclusion. 4. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability. 5. Ability to work as a team member and work effectively with diverse groups. 6. Ability to think critically and strategically, problem solve, and practice solution-based thinking. 7. Ability to build rapport, credibility, and trust, and maintain effective working relationships. 8. Ability to thrive in a complex and rapidly changing environment. 9. Ability to process and organize facts and data to define a problem and develop effective solutions. 10. Ability to travel, including occasional overnight trips (less than 10%).

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