Business development specialist

Company Name:
St. Mary's Good Samaritan
## Description
Under the direct supervision of the System Director, Business Development and Marketing, the Business Development Specialist is responsible for facilitating a variety of regional health system projects to support strategic initiatives. Project areas include market research, forecasting, analysis and interpretation of data and healthcare trends and in the creation of business development and service line advancement plans. This position will work independently and in conjunction with the Strategy and Business Development and Finance Divisions to develop and present recommendations and provide follow-up support. The Business Development Specialist will also interact with the health center's leadership to provide strategic analysis relating to the overall healthcare industry as well as inpatient, outpatient and physician network aspects of the marketplace. The incumbent will play a key role in identifying healthcare strategic issues, forming hypotheses, designing and conducting analyses, synthesizing conclusions into recommendations and presentation materials and conducting follow-up studies.
## Qualifications
Bachelors in Business, Healthcare or Finance, Master's degree (preferred). 3 to 5 years of experience in a healthcare setting, and at least two years of planning experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Market Expert, Advisory Board, Sg2, HIDI data (preferred).
Job: Communications/Marketing/Sales
Primary Location: Missouri-Jefferson City-St. Mary''s Health Center - Jefferson City
Organization: SSM Health Care Corporate Office
Job Posting: May 6, 2014, 8:41:51 AM
Unposting Date: Ongoing
Req ID: 140003V5

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