This full-time/remote (Boston area preferred) position in the Research and Clinical Operations group is responsible for Carevive data registry management and data delivery for company clients. The Clinical Research Analyst will report to the Director of Data and Analytics and is an integral component of this team. The Clinical Research Analyst will play a key role in conceptualizing and executing on research studies using Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO) and Electronic Medical Record (EMR) data on behalf of the company and its clients. The role will work closely with the Clinical Operations, Clinical Data Programming, Customer Success, Product, and Engineering Teams.
- Guide client discussions with life sciences and provider customers around research data content, data quality, analytic feasibility and presentation of deliverables.
- Coordinate with academic partners, scientific advisors and industry thought leaders to drive company publication strategy.
- Preparation of research documents including study protocols, analysis plans, data table shells, and clinical study reports for Carevive life science and provider customers.
- Collaboration with programmers, product, and engineering teams to optimize data preparation and analysis capabilities.
- Advanced (MPH, MHA, MSc or equivalent) degree in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Public Health, Pharmacoeconomics, Outcomes Research, Health Services Research or equivalent.
- 1-2 years of experience with research outside of coursework in one of the following: hospital/health systems, health payor, academia, management/healthcare consulting, life sciences or clinical research organizations (CRO).
- Fluency with SQL and familiarity with SAS/R/Python or equivalent. Familiarity with visualization tools (Tableau) preferred.
- Familiarity with clinical relational databases (electronic medical records, clinical trials, registry data, administrative claims, etc.) and data standards (CDISC, SDTM, OMOP) preferred.
- Medical writing experience with abstracts, posters, manuscripts preferred.