Health Information Coordinator - MaineCare
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HIT Coordinator - MaineCare
The Health Information Technology (HIT) Coordinator for the Office of MaineCare Services (OMS) located in the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is responsible for ensuring that our HIT systems advance OMS strategic priorities including:
This position will foster relationships and collaboration between various DHHS offices and external partners in support of the Department’s HIT goals and coordinate the implementation of OMS’ long-term and multi-sector HIT policies and operations in the State Medicaid HIT Plan (SMHP). While this person is not responsible for making all technology decisions on behalf of DHHS, this person will lead OMS’s efforts to design and implement various aspects of HIT to support a value-based, transformed health care system and to use data to drive improvement across multiple OMS programs using the SMHP as the framework to guide these efforts. This new position will be located with the OMS Delivery System Reform Unit (DSRU) and report to the DSRU director. The DSRU collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to incorporate clinical, social, fiscal, and operational considerations into the design and implementation of new MaineCare initiatives that seek to improve outcomes through changes to health care operations, delivery, and/or payment models. This team focuses on the design and implementation stages of large and small initiatives and works collaboratively with other MaineCare units to ultimately transition these initiatives into our ongoing operations.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: A successful candidate will possess:
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