Found is an evidence-based weight care solution that combines the best of modern medicine with lasting behavior change, access to personalized coaching and a supportive community. Centered around clinical care, Found provides its members with a comprehensive weight loss program that delivers long term, sustainable results. 

Found designs personalized treatments around every factor that make people unique, including biology, medical history, existent lifestyle, goals and more. Found’s members are supported by a team that includes providers to prescribe effective medication, and the best of consumer technology to provide behavioral health interventions delivered through our app for guidance on nutrition, movement, sleep and emotional health. 

Found is among the largest medically-assisted weight loss clinics in the country, having served 200,000+ Americans to-date and has raised more than $130MM from leading investors, including Atomic, GV, WestCap, IVP, TCG, Define Ventures and more.

What You’ll Do

As a thought leader & health outcomes partner you will:

  • Collaborate with clinical leaders, operators, and executive stakeholders to define hypotheses, data requirements, and objectives for analytical projects
  • Identify opportunities to improve healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and operational efficiency for our member base
  • Work with product, engineering & data engineering to surface data collection opportunities that drive end to end clarity on healthcare delivery
  • Stay updated with current industry trends, advancements in health data analytics, and regulatory requirements related to healthcare data privacy and security

As a world class analyst you will:

  • Develop and implement analysis plans; developing clear and quantitative hypotheses, apply advanced analytical techniques(multivariate regression, time series, a/b testing) to surface insights that evaluate the outcomes of our program
  • Identify trends, patterns, and correlations that inform improving health or financial outcomes, e.g., disease prevalence, risk factors, and the effectiveness of health interventions identify trends, patterns, and correlations that can inform healthcare interventions, resource allocation, and policy decisions 
  • Present findings and insights derived from data analysis to both technical and non-technical audiences through written reports, presentations, and data visualization tools

As a data strategist you will:

  • Design, clean, and validate large and complex healthcare data sets from various sources, including electronic health records (EHRs), claims data, surveys, and public health database 
  • Collaborate with the data engineering to optimize data collection, storage, and retrieval processes, and ensure data security and compliance with applicable regulations

What You’ll Bring

  • Master’s degree in a relevant field such as health informatics, statistics, epidemiology, or data science
  • Expert  in data analysis tools and programming languages such as SQL, Python, R, or SAS
  • Proficient with data visualization tools such as Looker, Tableau, Power BI, or other open source tools to create compelling visual representations of data
  • Proven experience working as a data analyst in the healthcare/telehealth industry
    • Familiarity with healthcare data standards; i.e.ICD-10, CPT, SNOMED CT, HL7, and FHIR
    • Familiarity with data formats like claims, encounters, enrollment, clinical, pharmacy, contract, SDoH, and financial data from payers / providers
  • Experience developing health outcomes & health operations metrics, including population health, cost, quality, risk & utilization 

This is the role for you if… 

  • You are detail-oriented mindset with a strong commitment to data accuracy and quality
  • Enjoy working collaboratively in a remote environment partnering with data engineering, clinical research, clinical operations, and product
  • Have the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Can work autonomously, are insatiably curious & comfortable with gnarly datasets
  • Have excellent communication skills, with the ability to present technical information clearly and concisely to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to manipulate and analyze complex data sets

What You’ll Get

  • Competitive compensation
  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
  • PTO, company-paid holidays, parental leave
  • 401K, wellness and wifi perks
  • Flexible, remote-first work culture

Found is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We seek and celebrate diversity in its many forms.  If you’re excited about this opportunity but do not meet 100% of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

Please review our CCPA policies.

Found is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We seek and celebrate diversity in its many forms.  If you’re excited about this opportunity but do not meet 100% of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

Please review our CCPA policies.

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