- Bachelor's degree
- High school diploma or GED
- Continuous integration
- EMR systems
- Software development
The HIE Developer’s primary responsibilities are to analyze, design, implement and test customized software applications. The HIE Developer will have a strong knowledge of software development and design and will have experience working to develop business-critical applications.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Designs, develops, and maintains complex applications
Develops unit tests and provides code coverage to accurately test business logic and functionality
Participates in developing specifications such as user stories and designs
Solves or recommends solutions for complex issues and problems
Assist in the development of logical and physical specifications
Documents designs, issues, solutions, tips & tricks as needed
Fosters a team approach to software development and delivery
Stays current in new IT technologies to maintain a high level of subject matter expertise.
High School Diploma/GED from an accredited institution.
Experience building interfaces, services, or APIs.
Experience with InterSystems HealthShare, Ensemble, or Cache.
Experience with HL7
Experience with Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) or Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
Experience with Agile development processes and continuous integration.
Experience working with remote and offshore resources.
Please note: Since we care so greatly about our employees' and members' wellbeing, Healthfirst is moving to an environment where our employees are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. As a prospective new team member, you must be fully vaccinated with a CDC/FDA approved COVID-19 shot(s) to work in our offices. If you are selected to interview for this role, we will explain our vaccination policy in further detail and ensure you are comfortable moving forward with this company policy.
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