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Supervisory Management Analyst (DSS)

The Decision Support System (DSS) Site manager is the coordinator, manager, and supervisor of the DSS program for the VALLHCS.
He/she is responsible for establishing, planning, and coordinating the technical operations and support of the DSS program under the auspices of VHA Office of Finance.
Incumbent is responsible for data development, presentation and analysis influencing the delivery of VALLHCS patient care through the program.
The incumbent is responsible to complete all national directives, VISN mandates, audits, and maintenance of the DSS mainframe.
Supervises three GS-343-11 DSS Management Analysts.
Informs team members of policies and procedures of this medical center and how they relate to the DSS program.
Identifies trends, accomplishments, and/or deficiencies related to the program in order to devise solutions or propose alternate courses of action.
Analyzes the existing automated and manual systems to determine the type of financial and clinical information available.
Communicates/coordinates with appropriate medical center personnel as well as DSS program staff and VISN 22 DSS site managers to overcome technical and method of software use problems.
Researches the existing medical center organizational structure in order to create appropriate staffing and cost allocations.
Develops and researches national report/data systems such as Veterans Support Service Center (VSSC), Allocation Resource Center (ARC), and Office of Productivity, Efficiency and Staffing (OPES).
Designs cost and clinical studies, which are reflective of the services, provided to improve patient care and resource utilization.
Oversees, on an annual basis, the review of departmental changes and conversion of DSS data to the new fiscal year and the creation of new annual budgets.
Coordinates the training of all levels of local management in the operation and use of DSS to include department managers, service chiefs, physicians and top management.
Work Schedule:
Full -Time

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