Healthcare Analyst

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Position Title:                     Healthcare Analyst

Salary:                                   Competitive, DOE, Generous Benefits Package 

Status/Hours:                     40 hours per week

Reports to:                          Data and Quality Manager 


The Wallace Healthcare Analyst is responsible for supporting the clinic in meeting its external and internal data and reporting needs. These needs include federal and state reporting requirements, grant data needs and internal data needs of several types including; operations, quality, care management, and financial. They will gather, review, and compile data from Wallace’s Electronic Medical Record and other sources, check for completeness and compliance with established criteria, obtain missing information and resolve discrepancies to produce accurate and reliable reports. They will represent Wallace in meetings with outside agencies. They will actively participate in process improvement in the clinic, working with staff to produce dashboards, reports and other visual representations of data that are easy to understand, engaging, and visually appealing. The will provide expertise around reporting and metric specifications to relevant staff.


Please submit your resume and cover letter at or on any job board to which this announcement is posted. Please note your application must include a cover letter for consideration.


“We provide an open door to exceptional health services and connections that support individuals and their families in healthy living.”

 Wallace is a Federally Qualified Health Center working to improve the health outcomes of our community. We are a growing patient-centered primary care home committed to offering high quality programs based on the most promising and progressive best practices.

 Wallace is deeply rooted in our dynamic, vibrant, multicultural—and under-served—community. We believe healthcare extends beyond the exam room and focus on serving the whole person, with support and resources to engage them fully in creating good health. 


The Wallace staff is our greatest asset in providing essential, high-quality health services to the greater Portland area. As our community grows, we grow with it. We offer an exceptional workplace that values individual contributions, cultural diversity, and ongoing learning. 

 When you join our team, you will…

…Bring good health to overlooked and underserved individuals and families in our community

…Collaborate with dedicated staff and volunteers in an open, cooperative, and respectful environment


  • Use a variety of software tools and/or programming languages to meet the data and reporting needs of the clinic in an effective and efficient manner
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining accurate and valid data reports and care management lists with a high degree of attention to detail and for determining the root cause of any data issues that arise
  • Works with clinic staff to design dashboards, reports, and other visual representations of clinic data to assist in meeting metric goals and improved health outcomes for patients
  • Assists Data and Quality Manager in tracking external and internal data needs and ensuring that those needs are met in a timely and complete manner
  • Develops expert level knowledge of metric specifications, clinic workflows around metrics, and metric goals
  • Presents and explains data reports to leadership and clinic staff during structured meetings and as needed
  • Acts as a resource to clinic staff to answer questions, review and explain documentation, workflows and other metric details
  • Participates in ongoing process improvement projects and supports the clinic in meeting metric goals, as needed
  • Works collaboratively with partner organizations to meet shared goals
  • Perform safe work practices to protect the health and safety of employees and patients per OSHA regulation
  • Protect individually identifiable health information per HIPAA regulations
  • Complete all required compliance training within established timelines 


  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Equivalent training, continuing education, and/or experience may be considered in lieu of degree 
  • One year of relevant experience
  • Experience creating graphs and tables to summarize raw data and comfort presenting in front of an audience and explaining what the data means both to technical and non-technical users
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Prior experience with Microsoft Office Suite, Excel and Word
  • Able to work both independently and as a member of a team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work with people of diverse ethnic, social, economic, and cultural backgrounds
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize workload independently
  • Proven ability to use critical thinking skills with attention to details
  • Ability to quickly adapt to new technology and software, including Electronic Health Record systems 


  • Previous experience as a healthcare data analyst or similar role
  • Experience with an electronic medical record, OCHIN EPIC and associated tools, SQL, and/or Tableau
  • Advanced skills with relational databases, preferably using Microsoft Access or Crystal Reports
  • Prior experience with Microsoft Office Suite, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint and Visio
  • Experience developing complex spreadsheets, custom charts, dashboards, and advanced formulas 
  • Familiar with public health/epidemiological concepts and methods
  • Experience participating on multi-disciplinary workgroups
  • Experience with survey research methods


This is a full time position. Most of the work is performed in a clinic and office setting. Some evening or weekend hours may be required. Candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of the role with or without reasonable accommodation.  


Please submit your resume and cover letter outlining why you are an excellent fit for this position. Applications can be submitted through our careers webpage at, or through the job boards to which this announcement is posted.

Note: Applications must include a cover letter to be considered.

This position will remain open until the vacancy is filled.

The Wallace Medical Concern is an inclusive organization that values diversity. Those with experience working alongside culturally specific communities, marginalized groups, and applicants with lived experience around issues of poverty are all encouraged to apply.

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