|Job Ref:||204757914||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||North London||Address:||Post Code:||N1||Salary:||£200 - £220/day||Post Date:||08/10/2016 03:51|
Performance Lead/Analyst - NHS - Healthcare - SUS - Analysis |
I am currently looking for an Performance Lead/Analyst to convert activity and resources data from multiple organisations into useful information/ knowledge for clinicians and managers to show them about the workings of the overall health system (and to some extent social care) in these specific localities.
Primary Care Psychological Therapy practitioners, service and clinical leads and senior IAPT Manager, Performance and Information, Local CCG.
The IAPT Analyst is responsible for providing cover for the permanent staff till the IAPT service goes live on the Trust new data warehouse platform.
Duties include ensuring that the quality of data from the IAPT Service is of the highest standard and meets the requirements of the local CCG, NHS England and the Health & Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). The data is used to support the Trust's clinical and business requirements in respect to its Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) contracts.
The post holder will be based in one of trusts sites and will promote the recording of high quality data on the PC-MIS clinical information system, develop and undertake routine audits to measure data accuracy and completeness as well as identifying education and training needs. This will involve the production of data, information and intelligence using a variety of analytical techniques.
The post holder will be required to receive, audit, analyse and communicate a wide range of complex and sensitive information, including confidential patient level information.
The post holder will be a source of expertise in providing specialist data quality advice and support the corporate and clinical teams.
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Analyse, interpret and report on complex IAPT data.
2. Assist the service manager in improvements to data quality for the designated healthy minds service, in collaboration with the Performance & Information department.
3. Provide well presented, clear and accurate reports on data quality/ treatment activity/effectiveness and relevant demographic issues as requested - and often within short timescales.
4. Contribute regularly to the data quality improvement plan and contract management reporting processes as generated by the Performance and Information department.
5. Work in a sensitive, collaborative and confidential way between administrative and clinical teams taking due account of client and worker rights to confidentiality.
6. Respond to the directives and guidelines set by HSCIC, where new data standards are stated/existing ones require amending ensuring that departmental procedures are reviewed to ensure requirements are met.
7. Working in collaboration with the service manager, team leaders and clinical leads, ensure data completeness is achieved for key performance indicators (KPIs) across the service in order to meet the deadlines set by the Performance & Information department, including month and quarter end points, to ensure data reporting to the HSCIC is as accurate as possible.
8. Using effective interpersonal skills, support and motivate psychological therapists, other mental health clinicians and the administrative team in improving data quality across the team, with attention to timely data completeness and data accuracy.
9. Ensure waiting times are effectively monitored, accurately updated and reported to the management team.
10. To produce weekly, monthly and quarterly data reports as required by service/line manager and Performance & Information.
11. To attend and fully participate in weekly/monthly team meetings as specified by service/line manager.
12. Report any areas of concern relating to data anomalies directly to line /service manager.
13. To attend external meetings as requested by the service manager
14. Take responsibility for own professional development.
15. To be familiar with and comply with all Trust and departmental policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines.
16. To be aware of and work towards the Trusts strategic goals.
- Experience of undertaking analysis within an NHS environment with familiarity of NHS terminology and currencies