• VHI's Mission
    Enhance the quality and value of healthcare delivery and
    promote informed healthcare decisions by Virginia consumers, purchasers and other stakeholders
    by creating and disseminating healthcare information.
  • VHI's Vision
    Administer Virginia healthcare data reporting
    initiatives benefitting consumers and others.
    Collaborate with public and private health information programs by serving as
    a leading source of objective, top-of-mind quality information and analytics.
    Convene stakeholders to increase transparency across all types of healthcare.

Data Quality Specialist

Job Function

To support VHI data collection and reporting programs by ensuring data reported is complete, accurate, timely and meets the needs of VHI customers—both internal and external. Including but not limited to receiving and reviewing financial and utilization data, email support, adding relevant calculated or other publicly available fields (such as census data for use in population health) and developing and formatting products for sale/distribution. Interacts directly with health systems, health plans, providers and hospital personnel in a variety of initiatives. Performs tracking and quality assurance tasks for multiple VHI programs.

Job Responsibilities

Job Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  1. Provide peer review support and data quality analysis for existing data reporting including but not limited to EPICS financial and indicator reports, Service Line reports, Annual Licensure Survey Data, Charity Care data, HMO HEDIS data, etc.
  2. Assist in the review, planning and implementation of new and existing reporting requirements
  3. Track receipt of data submissions, transmittal forms, audits, delayed due dates, etc.
  4. Prepare and mail communication to facilities (due date reminders, delinquent notices)
  5. Enter SCC BOI data for CCRCs
  6. Communicate with and support facilities delinquent in their filings and appropriate documentation.
  7. Contact long-term care facilities for timely data entry of updated rates.
  8. Collaborate with VDH’s Office of Licensure and Certification to identify “establishment” of new facilities in VA. PDF letters and make electronic files.


  1. A minimum undergraduate degree in accounting, finance or business with related financial coursework or 2-4 years’ relevant experience providing high-level administrative/program support (within healthcare setting a plus)
  2. Naturally organized, precise and detail oriented and motivated troubleshooter
  3. Ability to quickly shift gears, adapt to changing needs and juggle multiple priorities effectively and efficiently
  4. Experience preparing, interpreting and analyzing financial statements
  5. Advanced level Microsoft Excel skills including Pivot Tables and V-Lookups, basic fundamentals in Microsoft Access
  6. Knowledge of the healthcare industry and healthcare finance a plus
  7. Ability to reconcile and detect discrepancies within large amounts of data
  8. Strong verbal and written communication skills
  9. Works well in a team environment with VHI staff and external stakeholders as well as a desire to work in a small office environment


  • 13 paid holidays per year
  • 3 paid personal days per year
  • 12 vacation days per year (years 1-3) and 12 sick days per year
  • Full Medical coverage (Anthem BCBS PPO)
  • Full Dental coverage (Anthem Dental)
  • Group Life Insurance $75,000 (Boston Mutual)
  • Long term and short term disability (Unum)
  • Retirement plan (401k 6% contribution and up to a 4% match)
  • Paid Parking
Email your resume to hr@vhi.org by Jan 15th, 2020