I have a Master's Degree in Clinical Informatics and a strong healthcare background, although I am not an experienced healthcare professional. My field of interest is in clinical data analytics - to actually work with and analyze clinical data, look for insights, and determine trends that can be used to improve the delivery of healthcare. I have the basic technical skills, although I am rusty and am trying to brush up on my skills outside of work. I have been looking for jobs as a clinical data analyst or with a similar job title so that I can do more work with the data, but all of the job positions that I have looked at ask for experienced analysts and give preference to experienced healthcare professionals who have switched fields. I am almost two years out of grad school, so I do not have much experience, but I know I have the passion and drive it takes to do this work. Does anybody have any advice for a semi-entry level analyst like me to find work in health data analytics?