The Informatics FHIR Developer is a remote position that has the primary responsibility of supporting interoperability and integration of system-to-system communication using international information exchange standards (e.g., Health Level 7 (HL7), Integrating Healthcare Experience (IHE)). The incumbent should be skilled with RESTful APIs and health related data mapping. They will work as part of a full-stack development team responsible for all aspects of building and maintaining innovative and highly stable applications using existing and emerging technology. Initial work will be focused on building REDCap module capabilities that include Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) connections to Electronic Health Record systems and improving usability and usefulness of these tools. Together with other team members, this position will 1) develop and maintain functional, scalable, and stable applications with interoperability and FHIR coding standards and work in an agile team; 2) collaborate with a wide variety of multi-disciplinary scientific teams, research staff, and informatics staff to formulate and explore solutions to broad range of biomedical research problems; 3) translate abstract research processes into concrete software applications; and 4) communicate system/application designs to technical and non-technical peers, both verbally and in writing.
The Oregon Clinical Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) at OHSU is a catalyst for scientific collaboration, translation of biomedical advances into the community, innovation and research growth in Oregon and beyond. OCTRI’s mission is to enhance the efficiency and quality of rigorously translating research ideas into impact. To accomplish our mission, our 80-90 employees spread across 13 teams provide a broad expanse of clinical and translational services that include training, funding, research support, and community engagement. OCTRI is part of the National Center for Translational Sciences (NCATS)-funded CTSA consortium that encompasses 50+ hubs around the country. Visit our website to learn more: octri.org.
Candidates must have three years of experience designing and implementing complex software applications in PHP or Java. Experience with RESTful Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and working with data generated by electronic medical records is required. Design and development experience with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is strongly preferred. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a history of self-motivated and detail-oriented work. Candidates must be comfortable working both independently and collaboratively and must have strong oral and written communication skills. A strong commitment to exceptional customer service is required. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate clearly, positively and effectively is required.
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