Community Health Center, Inc. is seeking a Business Applications Analyst to support the electronic applications and data management related to its participation in the National Institute for Health’s All of Us Research Program. The All of Us Research Program seeks to extend precision medicine to all diseases by building a national research cohort of one million or more U.S. participants. CHC is one of six Federally Qualified Health Centers nationally selected by the NIH to participate in this groundbreaking program. More information about the All of Us Research Program can be found at https://allofus.nih.gov/.
The Business Applications Analyst (BAA) for the All of Us Research Program is primarily responsible for supporting the electronic applications used in the All of Us Research Program, which include Quickbase and eCW. The BAA is responsible for ensuring data integrity for reporting requirements and works closely with the All of Us Research Program staff on collecting data, developing reports, and supporting the secure sharing of electronic health records (EHR) with the AoURP data repository. The BAA acts as a liaison between the AoURP program staff and external partners. The BAA is also responsible for coordinating communication between external partners and the AoURP program staff. The BAA provides outstanding client service and contributes to the organization’s mission of utilizing information technology to improve the business operations that promote CHCI’s participation in the AouRP.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Demonstrates knowledge of applications including, Quickbase, eCW, and other applications as necessary.
- Supports users in these applications and facilitates communication loop around user issues.
- Demonstrates knowledge of and assists users with application changes.
- Works closely with the Business Intelligence team on work that has shared impact.
- Evaluates requests for system modifications and enhancements; makes modifications and thoroughly tests before moving to production.
- Defines and designs, in conjunction with external partners, applications to meet on going specific needs.
- Meets with or speaks with AoURP staff and external partners regularly to discuss requests, current needs, and any outstanding issues.
- Utilize strong client liaison skills in developing working relationships with AoU program staff and external partners.
- Develop sound business improvements and act as the interface between the AoU program staff, external partners, and CHCI’s IT department.
- Proactively monitor the applications to recommend improvements and ways to increase efficiency.
- Responsible for the development and/or maintenance of thorough system related documentation for EHR file sharing with the AoURP data repository including documenting paitnet consent in the EHR, file generation, file validation, file submission, and OMOP database updates and maintenance.
- Maintains Customer satisfaction up to and including taking complaints and communicating with AoURP staff that are struggling with Business Applications or other IT Software.
- Effective communication at all levels in the organization with strong oral, written and negotiation skills.