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TELLIGEN Associate Integration Architect in WEST DES MOINES, Iowa

Position: Associate Integration ArchitectLocation:West Des Moines, IAJob Id: 2928# of Openings: 1Associate Integration ArchitectAs anAssociate Integration Architectyou will be responsible for providing consultation to project teams and clients on the implementation and integration of HIT standards, developing and testing solutions including proof of concept projects. You will actively participate in industry and stakeholder meetings including HL7 workgroups.What You'll Do:You will perform testing as needed to ensure accuracy and validity and implementation specifications are met.You will serveas subject matter resource and expert to internal and external customers. You will utilize knowledge to research and resolve issues in a timely manner and to the customer's satisfaction. You will integrate HIT standards, and analyze data based on standard implementation and reporting. You will provide input based on subject, program and product knowledge to the business and functional requirements for software products and services including enhancements.You will develop and test solutions including proof of concept projects. You will utilize knowledge of Health Level Seven (HL7) standards, quality measures and application programming interfaces (APIs) to develop and implement technology solutions for Telligen's internal and external clients.You will attendand provide leadership to HL7 Workgroup meetings, Quality Data Model User Group meetings and strategic Health and Human Services (HHS) implementation meetings as needed. You will act as an ambassador of Telligen during the attendance of conferences, workgroup meetings and through communication on HL7 listservs and commenting periods.You will serve as aliaison between Telligen project teams and groups representing standards-based initiatives to identify implementation requirements, gaps in existing standards and frameworks as well as informing the development of standards based implementation guides. You will provide mentorship and training on standards to less experienced staff.What You'll Need:Bachelors degree in computer science, software engineering or related field and/or equivalent experience and/or training3+ years experience in IT with progressive responsibility related to development or HIT Standards implementation and integration of measuresKnowledge of HL7 standards: Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource (FHIR), HL7 v3 and v2Experience working with and implementing HL7 standards such as CQLExperience with Measure Authoring Tool and Bonnie measure testing tool preferredExperience developing, parsing, transforming, validating and presenting XML content through use of various technologies and softwareWho We Are:Telligen is one of the most respected population health management organizations in the country. We work with state and federal government programs, as well as employers and health plans offering clinical, analytical, and technical expertise.Health has changed a lot through our 45-year history, but what has remained constant is that we care deeply about who we serve and what we do. Our success is built on our ability to adapt, respond to client needs, and offer innovative solutions at every turn.Our business is our people and we're looking for talented individuals who not only believe in our mission but who are ready to take ownership and make a difference in the lives of people, in the world of health. Learn more about who we are and what we do at Are you Ready?We're on a mission to transform lives and economies by improving health and getting there means following through on our values of Ownership, Community, Ingenuity and Integrity.Ownership: As a 100% employee-owned company, our employee-owners drive our business, our solutions, and share in our success. When employee-owners grow and thrive, we all win.Community: Putting others first and being a good corporate partner wherever we work, and play makes us who we are. We Show Up. For our clients, for our communities