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Job Title: Electronic Health Record Specialist
Job Number:
Organization: Public Health Solutions
Posted: 9/19/2017
Type: Contract
Classification: Health Care - General
Industry:
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Virtual and in person,  SC   
Compensation:
Position Description: Electronic Health Record Working Group, Webinar and Personalized Assistance Proposal deadline Friday, October 13th, 2017.

The eight FQHCs participating in the South Carolina Initiative will each select 1-2 sites to participate in a Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative (QILC) beginning in early 2018. Sites will be expected to collect monthly indicators via their EHR as part of this collaborative. PHS is seeking a subject matter expert familiar with major Electronic Medical Records systems (specifically: eClinical Works, Success EHS, GE Centricity, and AthenaHealth EHR) to: 1.Conduct a virtual working group with IT specialists from 8 FQHCs (up to 4 virtual meetings of 1 hour each). Expected dates: November 2017 – January 2018 2.Develop a webinar on best practices in EHR configuration for contraceptive care services (i.e., pregnancy intention screening and documentation of method type at start and end of visit; or more information, see Appendix 15 of the PHS toolkit here: http://unbouncepages.com/phsqitoolkit/) Expected dates: During December 2017 or January 2018. 3.Possibly meet in person with IT specialists at each of the 8 FQHCs in South Carolina to advise on EHR reconfiguration (up to 6 hours per FQHC). Expected Dates: January 2018. 4.Repeat these activities with up to seven additional FQHCs in 2018 from roughly June, 2018 – October 2018.

Qualifications: Applicants must possess and demonstrate in their responses to this solicitation, the following experience:

1.Demonstrated understanding of comprehensive, patient-centered, evidence- based family planning services 2.Demonstrated experience training clinical and lay staff 3.Familiarity with principles of adult learning 4.Appropriate subject matter expertise and certifications (e.g., for provision of clinical trainings), as relevant

Organization Description: The South Carolina Initiative (SCI), within the Family Planning Capacity Building Program (FPCBP), a program of Public Health Solutions (PHS), is seeking skilled and experienced trainers to deliver in-person and distance-based (webinar) trainings to Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) staff at various sites throughout South Carolina. With grant funding from a private foundation, SCI is working with eight FQHCs in central and eastern South Carolina to reduce unintended pregnancies through improving comprehensive contraceptive care services capacity and delivery. The program emphasizes key best practices for providing contraceptive care services based on the new recommendations of the CDC and the U.S. Office of Population Affairs that, once implemented and integrated into the practice, will create an environment in which women are identified and able to easily learn about, access, and continue to confidentially use the most safe and effective strategies for preventing unintended pregnancy. Within the first year of this initiative, PHS is committed to offer multiple trainings, both in-person and via webinar, to a variety of staff. These trainings will occur between October 2017 and February 2018.

Closing Date: 12/19/2017
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Allison George,  Electronic Health Record Specialist
Contact Location:

   NY  10013
United States
Contact Location:
 
     NY  10013
  United States
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Contact Email: acgeorge@healthsolutions.org
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How to Apply: Proposals will be evaluated based on the following submission requirements: 1.Cover Letter and Resume(s): Submit a cover letter demonstrating the proposer’s experience as described above in Consultant Requirements and attach resume(s). 2.Proposal Narrative: Submit a proposal of no more than 2 pages (per deliverable) describing the proposed approach to training/deliverable, evidence of subject matter expertise, and proficiency with adult learning strategies. 3.Work Examples: Describe at least two (2) relevant trainings developed and delivered. Attach any relevant summaries, evaluations, and training materials. For each example provided, include at least one reference for a former or current client who can attest to the work performed. Provide the name, address, phone number and e-mail address of each reference as well as a clear indication of their relationship to the training. 4.Cost: Please provide a list of deliverables along with a timeline and associated costs per deliverable. 5.Audition: Upon review of proposals, PHS may request that proposers deliver a short sample of a training either in person or via video-conference in order to demonstrate training skills and subject matter expertise

Work Location Consultants will work mostly off-site but are expected to be available for meetings by telephone, as needed. Applicants should include anticipated travel costs in their submissions. We anticipate that this will be an interactive and collaborative process between the selected consultant(s) and Public Health Solutions staff.

Instructions to Applicants Applicants must email the above detailed Submission Requirements to: Allison George Quality Improvement Advisor South Carolina Initiative, Reproductive Health Programs Public Health Solutions acgeorge@healthsolutions.org

Submissions must be received no later than Friday, October 13th, 2017.

Submissions received after this deadline may not be considered. Submissions will be considered as soon as they are received. Public Health Solutions may enter into discussions with proposers to enhance its understanding of the proposers’ capabilities as they relate to the requirements of this RFC and to determine the most cost-effective proposal. Although discussions may be conducted with proposers regarding their proposals, Public Health Solutions may award the contract on the basis of initial proposals received. Therefore, the proposer’s initial proposal should contain its best technical and price terms.

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