Our analysts are vital to our growth, and we are committed to providing them with a breadth of experience and broad opportunities to build the foundation for a career in health care.
Curious about what it means to be a part of our team? Take a look at the staff spotlights below to see how our current employees describe typical life as a VillageMD analysts.
Strategy and Operations Analyst Location: Chicago
My Role: I help derive insights from population health analyses and support the development of strategies that help our physician partners improve patient health outcomes.
My favorite part of VillageMD is the opportunity to learn from my colleagues' experiences in a diverse array of health care backgrounds; from patients care to data analytics to operations
Educational Background: B.A., Economics and Biology
Strategy and Operations Analyst Location: Houston
My Role: I provide research and data support for our Population Health team.
My favorite part of my job is knowing my work provides doctors with the information to make decisions that can have a positive impact on patient lives.
Education Background: B.S., Public Health. Masters in Health Administration
Healthcare Informatics Analyst
Location: Richmond, VA
My Role: I work as an analyst for the Houston and Indianapolis markets, where I focus on delivering data driven patient population and practice performance insights.
My favorite part of my job is having the opportunity to work in different markets on a variety of different projects each day. There is always something new to learn.
Educational Background: B.S., Materials Science and Engineering
Master of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Senior Healthcare Informatics Analyst
Location: Richmond, VA
My Role: Providing insightful and actionable analysis to a broad audience of physicians and population health managers.
My favorite part of VillageMD is our culture that encourages growth and development, and having coworkers that are always willing to help me tackle new and challenging projects.
Educational Background: B.S., Masters of Finance
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Curious about what it means to be a part of our team? Chris and Ramya describe typical life as a VillageMD analyst.
I live and work in Richmond, VA with the entire Analytics team. On a typical day I am in Richmond, but I travel about once a month to different locations to work with colleagues and physician partners directly in our markets.
We are always working to improve the underlying data structure and process efficiency. Our team meets regularly to review code, share coding suggestions, and present our innovations in process improvement. I also meet weekly with the Chief Analytics Officer to discuss project updates, goals, and feedback.
I regularly extract data from multiple sources, like electronic medical records and insurance payor databases, to update our physician reports and gain insight into performance on improving population health. I collaborate directly with colleagues in different departments and markets to develop metrics, strategize, and present important findings.
Currently I'm spending some time learning more advanced SQL and Tableau. Usually interspersed with data analytics are a few games of ping-pong, group lunches, and intense fantasy football discussions!
My home base is in Chicago, but I travel weekly Monday through Thursday to work on-site in one of our markets. I normally go to the same market each week, but it could change in the future.
Once on-site, we work with local teams and produce actionable representations of data to help physicians manage patient health. I work on my monthly dashboard, which is a report of patient population performance metrics, pull patient data reports from electronic medical records, and follow data trends to determine any discrepancies for quality assurance.
I frequently collaborate with colleagues in other departments on-site, particularly the population health operations team, to determine how we can better serve physician needs and identify initiatives to help physicians manage their patient population.
We have some fun while traveling, including bowling nights and team dinners, before returning to Chicago on Thursday evening.