|Position Title: Health Information Technology (HIT) Program Manager
|Salary Range: $61,600 – $85,500
|FSLA Status: Exempt
|Time Commitment: 1.0 FTE
|Reports to: Clinical Director
|Direct Reports: As applicable
|Job Description Summary:
The Health Information Technology (HIT) Program Manager is responsible for working with key stakeholders and MPCA staff to develop, implement, maintain and enhance technical and functional data infrastructure for Maine’s Health Center Controlled Network, called CHCNet Maine. Infrastructure includes: patient/population management; quality improvement; data exchange & integration; and ensuring readiness for value-based care activities for MPCA members. Major work involves developing and maintaining a network cohesion with a common mission to leverage health information technologies to build strong systems of care and improve population health outcomes.
- Create and maintain a cohesive group of CHCs that regularly participate in Network activities.
- Support a learning community among CHCs in improving the utilization and performance of HIT, while developing MPCA’s network capability for data analysis and reporting across all health centers.
- Develop and execute project management plans in conjunction with stakeholders, inclusive of resource allocations, responsibility assignments, timelines, regular status reports, as well as identification of barriers and course corrections.
- Ensure that vendor scope of work and timelines meet the needs of stakeholders within resource limits.
- Collaborate closely with MPCA quality improvement work and other MPCA staff to assist in the delivery of value-based care/payment re-design activities.
MPCA seeks highly qualified candidates that are professional, maintain a positive attitude, and who are committed to our mission and values.
- 8-10 years of experience in dynamic program management required, experience in Public Health, Epidemiology, Health Information Data & Management, etc., is preferred.
- Clinical and/or BA/BS Degree is preferred.
- Federally Quality Health Center/Community Health Center experience is preferred.
- Experience working with grants, grants management, and budgets.
- Experience facilitating network-level projects and demonstrated ability to address conflict and manage multiple priorities.
- Experience in a fast-paced and highly functioning team environment that is mission-focused.
- Possess curriculum development, research and analytic skills.
- Demonstrated ability to self-manage.
- Excellent writing and verbal skills, strong public speaking skills, and the ability to manage time appropriately and meet deadlines.
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office 365 and project management tools.
- A strong service orientation and a willingness to learn new skills as program requirements evolve.
- Flexible, self-motivated and a team player.
|To apply, applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Lisa Frost at email@example.com.