Secure our Nation, Ignite your Future The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) is the Navy and Marine Corps center for public health (PH) services to maximize readiness through force health protection (FHP) strategies and solutions for current and potential PH threats. NMCPHC provides leadership and expertise to ensure mission readiness in support of the National Military Strategy. NMCPHC's core scientific and technical capabilities and product lines are to conduct Health Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Analysis; Disease and Injury Prevention; and PH Consultation and Support for the benefit of active duty service members, retirees, and their families. This is carried out at the NMCPHC and its supported Medical/Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs), shore based installations, and its Operational Medical Assets and field activities. Required Qualifications: a. Bachelor's degree or higher in Analytics, Business, Health or related field required. b. Advanced skills with Microsoft Office suite and SharePoint collaboration software. c. Experience with metric support. d. Experience with Qlik View Preferred Qualifications: a. Experience with military technical documents including point papers, policies, and messages, and working in military environment preferred. Task(s): a. Perform data queries from appropriate central MHS and BUMED database systems (M2, MDR, etc.) and provide analytical support in evaluating and making recommendations from the data. Format and presentation of the data, analysis, evaluations or recommendations will be made for higher headquarters, MTFs, and others as needed. Develop and design strategies to sustain performance, metrics/methodologies and assist with the development of dashboards and suitable benchmarks for comparative measurement. b. Develop predictive analytics models to assist in the projection of patient populations to support future planning and resource allocations. Model methodology takes into account macroeconomic and demographic trends of served areas to predict future needs utilizing available data. These projections can be utilized by NAVMEDEAST for predicting future patient needs. c. Research and analyze purchased‐care treatment options and establish metrics for evaluating health systems. Generate reports on the health systems directly competing with the MHS for treating TRICARE beneficiaries and analyze the impact of changes in MTF admittance policies on identified purchased‐care systems. Utilize mathematical models as needed to predict how do would react to changes in admittance policies and care at nonmilitary treatment facilities. d. Utilize and support the development of available Course of Action (CoA) simulation tools to support quantitative decision making for NAVMEDEAST planning. The CoA tools will be designed to enable input of different scenarios to examine the differential impacts of proposed operational and policy changes under consideration. e. Analyze the treatment costs between NAVMEDEAST facilities and purchased‐ care health systems and develop detailed reports showing cost comparisons between facilities, patient populations, and for individual departments. Methodology shall include creating cost models that predict shifts in total NAVMEDEAST patient care costs under different operational and policy changes. f. Develop evidence‐based analytics to support the assessment of clinic management practices, to include: provider profiling, provider productivity, panel size designation/determination, referral pattern analysis, utilization of ancillary services and related activities. Methodology includes the development predictive models for improving clinical operations and evaluate clinical currency, efficiency, and productivity. g. Analytics support of multi‐phase diagnostics and implementation. Commencement of tasks shall begin with diagnostics of the current state, future state recommendations, and future state implementation. Health Care Operations leadership/COR shall review the end of each phase for approval. ManTech International Corporation, as well as its subsidiaries proactively fulfills its role as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, status as a Disabled Veteran, Recently Separated Veteran, Active Duty Wartime or Campaign Badge Veteran, Armed Forces Services Medal, or any other characteristic protected by law. 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