TS6149:Direct Client:- HIE Analyst/Programmer

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    TS6149:Direct Client:- HIE Analyst/Programmer

    Please contact for more info.

    Job Title: HIE Analyst/Programmer
    Job Location: Rochester, MN
    Job Duration: 06 Months(contract)
    Pay Range: Open

    Job Description:
    Client is seeking a Health Information Exchange (HIE) Analyst
    Programmer for a 6-month contract to assist in connecting EMRs to an
    enterprise HIE.
    Analyst will have primary responsibility of gathering requirements and
    developing/testing interfaces.
    Must have the ability to communicate with both technical and non-
    technical individuals and be able to translate needs, ideas and
    suggestions into logical solutions that interconnect systems.
    Will work onsite at Rochester, MN.

    Required/Desired Skills:-
    * Hands experience in implementation of interfaces to EMR systems 5
    Years
    * Implementation of HL7 Interfaces 5Years
    * Web service development, SOAP, javascript and XML 5 Years
    * Mirth, NwHIN, XDS.b, XDS.l SQL Highly desired 1 Years
    * C# and/or Java programming 5 Years

    Please complete the following and send back with your updated resume.
    Full Name:
    Hourly rate:
    Day Phone #:
    Evening Phone #:
    Cell Phone #:
    Availability:
    Current City/State:
    Work Status (US Citizen / Green Card / Others):


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    Tina dan, Sep 27, 2012
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