Summary: This position supports both the compliance and financial operations of the 340B program for Presbyterian Hospitals. The 340B Analyst III will use multiple data sources and multiple business intelligence tools to analyze statistical and financial information in order to recommend strategies for optimizing 340B program initiatives.
Extract, aggregate, and analyze large data sets and complex data files from multiple sources for purposes of strengthening program compliance. Recommend strategies for process development and program modifications.
Test and validate system implementations, configuration changes, and programming enhancements for accuracy and effectiveness of system objectives.
Quantify financial impacts and develop reporting to measure program performance.
Review monthly accounting reports and journal entries, aggregating and validating all results. Quantify and explain budget to actual variances and provide budget re-projections. Perform financial reconciliations to support the monthly financial close process.
Leverage junior level department analysts to develop metrics, financial models, reporting and analysis to support a variety of financial and operating activities.
Skills and Qualifications:
BA/BS degree in finance, economics, statistics or other quantitative background. Master’s degree preferred. Five or more years of progressive, financial or analytical experience, preferably in a healthcare setting. Strong working knowledge and/or experience with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint), relational databases, and other analytical tools. Financial/EMR/claims system experience desirable. IT related pharmacy experience desirable.
Internal Number: 2019-11349
About Presbyterian Healthcare Services
Presbyterian Healthcare Services is a locally owned, not-for-profit healthcare system of nine hospitals, a statewide health plan and a growing multi-specialty medical group. Founded in New Mexico in 1908, it is the state's largest private employer with approximately 11,000 employees.
•Medical, dental and vision insurance
•Flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
•Free wellness programs
•Paid time off (PTO)
•Retirement plans, including matching employer contributions
•Continuing education and career development opportunities
•Life insurance and short/long term disability programs