Looking for a new position, career, challenge? Predictions show the health IT industry growing to over $280 billion by 2021. B2B spending on IoT technologies, apps and solutions will reach over $260 billion by 2020. And the wearables tech industry worth nearly $34 billion by 2020. All this can’t happen without companies seeking top talent. And in this installment of Talent Tuesday, we are focusing on Health Information Exchanges.
Want to work for a health information exchange? These organizations currently have open positions.
Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) is a public and private nonprofit collaboration dedicated to improving the healthcare experience, improving quality and decreasing cost for Michigan’s people by supporting the statewide exchange of health information and making valuable data available at the point of care. Check out their Current Openings.
CORHIO empowers people, providers and communities by providing the information they need to improve health. Improving health through enhanced use of information technology and data exchange is the heart of what they do. They manage one of the country’s largest and most successful HIE networks, provide advisory services that help healthcare professionals effectively use technology and improve care delivery, and supply health plans and accountable care organizations with valuable data that enhance analytics and population health programs. They are currently seeking a Data Quality Analyst & a Chief Information Officer. Check out their Careers page for more information.
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
The Mass Tech Collaborative is a public economic development agency charged with strengthening the state’s innovation economy and fostering a more favorable environment for the formation, retention and expansion of technology-related enterprises in Massachusetts. View their Current Openings.
New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC, pronounced “nice”) is a non-profit organization, working in partnership with the New York State Department of Health to improve healthcare by collaboratively leading, connecting, and integrating health information exchange across the state. On behalf of New York State, NYeC leads the advancement of the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY), a network connecting healthcare professionals statewide. The SHIN-NY connects the state’s regional networks, or Qualified Entities, which allow participating healthcare professionals, with patient consent, to quickly access electronic health information and securely exchange data with any other participant in the state. Visit their Careers page for opportunities in Albany or New York City.
healtheConnect Alaska belongs to every Alaskan and the entire healthcare community from Ketchikan to Kivalina. They are an unbiased, non-profit organization, entrusted by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services to implement services and technologies to ensure every Alaskan gets the right care at the right time, and their care providers have the right information for the best possible outcomes. View their Current Openings.
The Texas Health Services Authority (the Authority) was formed under Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 182 for the purpose of promoting, implementing, and facilitating the secure electronic exchange of health information in the State of Texas. The Authority accomplishes this purpose through its state-level health information exchange and privacy and security certification and supporting programs. The Authority is always in search of experienced team members who are passionate about the advancement of health information exchange and health information technology. View their Careers page for current openings.
Indiana Health Information Exchange
The Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE) has been around for over a decade, with its roots dating back 30 years. They have the largest and broadest participant community in the nation, and we are at the center of where digital health, payment reform and patient care intersect. They enable hospitals, physicians, laboratories, payers, and other health service providers to avoid redundancy and deliver faster, more efficient, higher quality healthcare to patients in Indiana. Today, by making information available to approximately 50,000 healthcare providers in Indiana and neighboring states, they deliver services that make a real difference in health and healthcare. Check out their Current Job Listings page.
AZ Health Current
AZ Health Current has worked for more than ten years to become Arizona’s primary resource for information technology and exchange, bringing together communities and information across Arizona. As they have grown, their core goal has remained the same: help providers use information technology to improve people’s lives. See the current positions available on their Career Center page.
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