FreedomCare is a fast-growing homecare provider in the U.S. which has served over 75,000 patients and caregivers across the country. Here at FreedomCare, we help people get care from a loved one, someone they can rely on.
So why did we choose to serve this mission?
Unfortunately, traditional home care isn’t a perfect solution for those in need. Here at FreedomCare, we truly care about our patients and aim to prove it through our total commitment to their needs. With high caregiver turnover rates and frequent hospitalizations, we knew there had to be a better solution to increase quality of life for patients. Caring for loved ones can require a great deal of commitment, and caregivers need to receive pay. FreedomCare makes that happen.
How does FreedomCare stand out from any other caregiver/HHA agencies or programs?
-Fewer hospitalizations: family/friend caregivers’ involvement in care after
hospital discharge reduces readmission rate by ~25%
-Reduced medical costs: patients get better care and stay clear of hospitals
-Decreased caregiver turnover: 50% less likely when caregiver is a trusted family member or friend
-Happier patients & caregivers: ~4,000 5-star reviews
Join us in making quality home care a reality for those in need across the United States.
This position is fully remote at this time with potential travel for collaboration/meetings into our main office in Lake Success, NY or the FreedomCare hub closest to you.
Department & Position Overview
As a Data Analyst for FreedomCare, you will be at the forefront of driving actionable insight through data. You will collaborate cross-functionally with teams across the company to service business needs as well as help guide the strategy and direction of the business.
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Ideal Candidate Will Possess
At FreedomCare, base pay is one part of our total compensation package and is determined within a range. This provides our employees with the opportunity to professionally grow and develop within a role. The base pay range for this role is between $85,000 and $100,000 per year at the commencement of your first year of employment. Compensation decisions are dependent upon a variety of factors which may include, but are not limited to: skill set, years of relevant experience, education, location, and licensure/certifications.