POSITION OVERVIEW Reporting to HL7’s Chief Standards Development Officer, the Contract Support Specialist is a funded, full-time (or near-full-time), non-volunteer position in HL7 International. This individual provides effective, timely, and compliant analysis and administration of grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements.
RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Assist HL7 staff in assessing funding opportunities and submitting applications for sponsored work (e.g. grants, contracts, cooperative agreements) to government (e.g. federal, state) and non-profit (foundations, educational institutions, research organizations) entities. 2. Under the direction of HL7 leadership, negotiate with sponsoring agencies and writes technical contact language covering such issues as intellectual property rights, cost-sharing, fiscal and procedural constraints and other similar matters. 3. Consult with HL7 Principal Investigators (Project Directors) during proposal development to interpret agency policies and procedures, forms, budget and cost sharing requirements, deadlines, as well as to ensure that Principal Investigators are aware of applicable policies and procedures. 4. Analyze and review proposal budgets for format and cost accounting consistency. 5. Determine compliance with applicable regulations, clearances, and certifications for both applications and awards. 6. Assist in obtaining approvals necessary for sponsored grants, contracts, subcontracts and other agreements in accordance with sponsor and HL7 procedures;. 7. Serve as liaison between HL7 and granting agencies. 8. Negotiate with sponsors, contractors, or vendors to provide for modification or removal of inappropriate or unacceptable terms and conditions, fiscal reporting requirements and payment schedules. 9. Follow (and improve where necessary) HL7’s policies for contracted work a. Where needed, secure HL7 Executive Committee approval of agreements and contracts associated with the project/opportunity b. Prepare Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP), and other notices, coordinate review processes, participate in the review and selection of contract awards 10. Review all contracts on which HL7 is a signatory 11. Monitor and review active projects; perform follow ups and reports, as needed to HL7 leadership and government entities 12. Develop legal agreement(s) for all projects associated with the project/opportunity 13. Retain master copies of all contracts 14. Monitor and manage project progress against deliverables 15. Develop Contractor Master Agreements, Scope of Work statements, Amendments, and other contracts for subcontractors to HL7 16. Develop and establish statements of understanding with members of various HL7 FHIR Accelerators 17. In collaboration with HL7 financial staff, prepare and distribute project/financial reporting and W9 forms for contracts as required by l
? At least 2 years of experience supporting similar business activities, especially US federal government grants and contracts ? Advanced qualifications such as Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM) a plus ? Experience reviewing contracts and awareness of key contractual terms ? Experience utilizing sponsor systems including Grants.gov ? Experience with healthcare industry preferred, but not required ? Knowledge of and ability to interpret Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and related guidance about use and management of federal funds, such as o OMB Circular A-122 Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations o OMB Circular A-133 Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations o OMB Circular A-133 Compliance Supplement ? Proven ability to work independently ? Remote work encouraged (working hours in Continental US Time Zones required) ? Ability to write and interpret technical contract language and understand its implications. ? Ability to effectively communicate with and serve as liaison between granting agencies and HL7 leaders ? Advanced word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and PDF skills
? Bachelor’s degree required. Paralegal, Juris Doctor or advanced degree a plus
Contact: Karen Van Hentenryck Associate Executive Director HL7 International
Address: 3300 Washtenaw Avenue Suite 227 Ann Arbor, MI 48104 Contact Email: Jobs@HL7.org
Deputy HL7 FHIR Product Director HL7 International
Job Title: Deputy HL7 FHIR Product Director
Operational - Facilitate balloting, issue resolution, application of changes to the specification, and publication of FHIR releases - Help develop and inform agendas of relevant governance groups within HL7 (FHIR-Infrastructure, FHIR Management Group, for example) - Facilitate the development and tracking of FHIR community-related metrics for presentations, reports, and other summaries - Coordinate updates and support to HL7 terminology services for the FHIR community - May assume project management responsibilities (depending on the projects)
Technical - Work closely with the FHIR Product Director to identify, track, and help resolve issues in the FHIR build, validation, and publishing infrastructure - Assist and coordinate maintenance and enhancement of FHIR development infrastructure and related software, including the IG Publisher, FHIR Validator, online validator.fhir.org service, terminology services, registry.fhir.org, and other related software - Using available tools and data sources, monitor and help ensure quality of FHIR resources, profiles, and examples throughout specification lifecycle
Strategic & Business - Engage and manage volunteers, consultants, and contractors, as needed - Support the development of community governance, policies, and guidelines - Work with the FHIR Product Director to develop and update the product development roadmap - Support the FHIR Product Director in ensuring that organizational and sponsorship leaders are updated on the status and direction of product development - Review trademark usage requests - Deliver training materials appropriate to different stakeholder audiences - Assume Product Director duties when the FHIR Product Director is unavailable - Represent the FHIR Product Director in community meetings as directed
Content Development - Providing training, system-level and user documentation for FHIR development infrastructure and related software - Develop and curate documentation and other media to support onboarding and pathways for advancement within the HL7 FHIR community - Contribute to HL7 social media presence and community communication (e.g. chat.fhir.org) - Contribute to planning FHIR-related content for programs, events, and other activities
Engagement & People - Recruit, mentor, and develop community contributors, members, and leaders - Help promote and enforce HL7 values throughout the community - Promote productive behavior among community members
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS NEEDED
- Top tier written and verbal communication skills - Enthusiasm, excitement, and energy - Great attention to detail - Ability to work with people from many cultures and walks of life through a global community - Proactive, independent and highly motivated individual with a high work ethic and goal-oriented approach - Demonstrated expertise with the technologies used by the community to develop FHIR and related specifications
ATTRIBUTES OF AN IDEAL CANDIDATE An ideal Deputy HL7 FHIR Product Director is someone who first and foremost believes deeply in the HL7 mission and has a passion for the FHIR community. They are technically savvy, have experience working within the FHIR community, are respected by their peers, understand and have worked to support the operational needs of standards development. They have great "servant leadership" skills and are adept at working with a global perspective.
Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree a plus 3+ years prior experience working within a professional technical environment Experience as a program or project manager in health information technology, standards development, software development would be preferred.
How to apply for this position Send: • Cover letter indicating why you would be ideally suited for this role • Writing sample describing the key significance of updates to the FHIR specification made for the R5 ballot version. • Your CV or resume
Responses should be submitted via email to email@example.com (do NOT provide submissions to the contract work listserv).
Direct any questions to: Grahame Grieve, HL7’s FHIR Product Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Grahame Grieve FHIR Product Director HL7 International
Senior Business Systems Analyst - Interoperability - Remote Wolters Kluwer
Job Title: Senior Business Systems Analyst - Interoperability - Remote
BASIC FUNCTION: As a Senior Business Systems Analyst (Informatics and Interoperability), you will research, define, and recommend interoperability requirements and approaches for Clinical Surveillance & Compliance (CSC) applications. CSC products directly integrate both hospital healthcare data from external sources into the applications, and end user application workflow into customer electronic health records.
This role is responsible for maintaining a deep understanding of current integration approaches in the healthcare industry and executing research to ensure CSC products are using the most efficient, effective, and secure approaches to integrating with our customers. You will work directly with product management to understand the business case driving interoperability requirements and with the application development teams in an Agile framework to craft requirements into “development stories” that will deliver integration that meets customer requirements. You will support product roadmaps and ensure deliverables are met.
Location: Madison, WI, or REMOTE
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide expertise on HL7 v2 and v3. Maintain ongoing awareness of industry developments in interoperability capabilities – as it relates to FHIR and SMART on FHIR applications. Understand and leverage alternate integration options as needed, such as processing of CSV files, to meet product roadmap goals. Develop and communicate a data integration and interoperability strategy to align with CSC business objectives. Collaborate with Surveillance portfolio leadership and Technology management to assess potential roadmap items against integration options and determine the best approach to interoperability requirements. Conduct customer research as needed – both interviews and data analysis – to understand feasibility of integration options to build recommendations for how to meet the business goals Craft interoperability requirements into “development stories” that will deliver data processing that meets customer requirements. Act as product owner for interoperability development teams Write data integration specifications
Required Experience: - 3 years of Health IT data management experience - Experience in acute care hospital clinical setting or managing systems that integrate with the clinical workflow in various electronic health record systems. - Experience with HL7 and FHIR transaction formats - Experience integrating applications across organizational and system boundaries. - Experience analyzing healthcare data using data query tools like SQL or scripting tools like Python. - Experience working with clinical subject matter experts to elicit product requirements for a healthcare setting. - Experience developing strategy and presenting new ideas to business stakeholders.
Other Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: - Knowledge standards and code systems such as LOINC, RxNorm, SNOMED, ICD-10. - Experience with Agile software development process, including experience decomposing product features into small units of work with requirements detailed as acceptance criteria and daily close interaction with product analysts. - Experience with requirements management and project management required to deliver complex projects. - Background and/or education in the healthcare industry with specific knowledge of hospital information technology preferred.
Bachelor of science (BS) or Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) or equivalent is desired