Mount Sinai Careers
Technology Specialist II - Population IT/Analytics
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Population Health IT/Analytics - Req #2362460
Technology Specialist II
- Provide program management function to Analytics and Data Management group.
- Establishes and leverages internal and external relationships with third party vendors, service providers, sales, marketing, business development an account management representatives; focusing all resources on high quality, integrated services delivery to the stake holders.
- Partner with business line managers and IT Leaders, providing system expertise to synergize IT strategic direction and product concepts.
- Responsibilities will include, gathering requirements, gaining business consensus, performing vendor and product evaluations and deliver solutions.
- Assist with stakeholder management and project management aspects of the Analytics and Data Management
- Lead and communicate IT strategy for Population Health with key stakeholders (internal and external)
- Responsibilities will include setting the vision, gathering requirements, gaining business consensus, performing vendor and product evaluations, mentoring business and development resources and deliver solutions.
- Design and Implement solutions around Data Management, Data Governance, Enterprise Data Integration, Data Quality,Metadata and Master Data Management etc. in both Clinical and commercial space to optimize patient care, utilization, quality and patient outcomes.
- Ten years of related experience, in -depth knowledge of associated technology areas that could impact area of responsibility; healthcare technology experience preferred.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to translate complex technical concepts into understandable terms, tailor communication to audience, mediate and facilitate communications between others, and communicate architecture to all levels of management and customers.
- Ability to gain buy-in from stakeholders to resolve significant architecture issues.