As Manager of Data Analytics for PBGH’s California Quality Collaborative (CQC), Jose Ordonez leads the infrastructure of data collection, validation, and analysis of clinical, process and utilization performance measures within CQC’s technical assistance programming. In his role, Jose leverages health equity, demographic and payer data to identify health disparities and inequities across participating provider organizations’ patients. He also provides technical assistance to participating health care delivery organizations on data reporting and visualization and supports in making more data driven decisions. Previous to his current role, Jose served as Data Analyst for CQC’s CalHIVE Network, a multi-year quality improvement collaborative, where he managed the data collection, validation and analysis for a set of chronic condition management, utilization and depression screening performance measures.
Prior to joining PBGH, he interned at 10,000 Degrees, where he assisted with data entry, management and analysis for the College Success Program while he was an undergraduate. He also served as a research assistant on a project where he assisted in the data collection on measures around food waste reduction, school lunch participation and consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Jose received a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science with a concentration in Physiology and Metabolism from the University of California at Berkeley.