Informatics Corporation of America
UI Product Manager & Developer, September 2015 – Present
Independently and rapidly design, develop, and deploy new web applications to support the management, use, and expansion of the clinical analytics reporting solution.
- Delivered a Django web application for integration teams to onboard and manage facilities with less effort and more accuracy.
- Built an Ember front-end web application to explore clinical data relationships and aggregate existing reporting platform microservices when the company committed to the HL7 FHIR datastore and REST APIs. Tunneled user authentication and authorization from existing Django application with OAuth.
- Aggregated incoming clinical data message feed metrics for engineers to identify segments that weren’t being populated consistently. Later shared in a REST API.
- Architected reporting administration workflow and user interfaces for clients to identify high-risk patients and avoid readmissions.
- Designed a series of coupled dashboards for clients to monitor the platform’s feeds, look through outgoing realtime alerts, and review the arranged realtime alerting rules.
- Deployed a responsive web application for realtime alert recipients to swiftly act from assessing a unified view of demographics, contact, and clinical data.
- Improved reporting platform configuration and management by replacing manual database changes, disparate scripts, and data manipulation with an overseeing web application.
- Researched and incorporated web services such as AWS Cogntio & SES to reduce time to deployment and additional physical dependences for Operations team.
Development Manager, January 2012 – September 2015
Led an Agile team of developers, QA engineers, a technical writer, and a designer in the growth of a clinical data web portal.
- Wrote unified company developer job descriptions and performance review forms for all managers and developers to set expectations clearly.
- Researched the HL7 C-CDA standards and architected a system that creates valid C-CDA XML documents eliminating the need the existing intermediate format and translation service. The decouple applications improved platform reliability, reduced workflow processing times, and separated C-CDA system improvements from the rest of the platform.
- Acted as ScrumMaster and conducted Scrum team sprint retrospective and planning meetings.
- Wrote release documentation and demonstrated it to client and operations teams.
- Spent two weeks with team learning C# and .NET to create a clinical portal proof-of-concept.
- Attended the 2015 IHE Connectathon to oversee the cross-organization, live testing of our IHE ITI functionality.
- Personally supported a small PHP application that was orphaned by a dissolved team.
Lead Application Developer, February 2010 – January 2012
Act as the company’s liaison for the team by seeing client issues to completion.
- Independently refactored a multi-page administration user interface by introducing a visual layout, HTML components, and supporting backend Perl classes for developers to apply.
- Created an email client with the team to support clinical provider communication within The Direct Project.
- Added support for IHE ITI patient discovery and community access specifications with team.
- Collaborated with support and client teams to diagnose issues with production environments and address user feedback.
Application Developer, June 2008 – February 2010
- Personally designed and implemented a HIPAA user auditing database schema, UI, and supporting OOP classes for use across the application.
- Created a workflow to support patient data sharing opt-out requests.
DxR Development Group, Inc.
Web Application Developer, June 2006 – June 2008
- Improved the experience of a client’s internal web application by reducing page load times and retrieving computed data asynchronously.
- Architected and documented a Social Security number verification XML web service for an income and identity verification company.
P.D. Computers, Inc.
Dial-up ISP Phone Support, January 2002 – May 2004
Fielded support phone calls from dial-up internet access customers.