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Interoperability Solution Architect

Location

Canterbury/Milton Keynes/Home-based

Responsibilities

The successful candidate will have a deep understanding of solution architecture, with a good grasp of system integration and interoperability techniques and standards.

The role will be responsible for the below aspects, however this list is by no means exhaustive and will develop further over time.

The main responsibilities of the post are:

  • Owner of our technical strategy on the implementation of FHIR and other integration standards, translation of these into product requirements
  • Working closely with the Product Owners to develop a product roadmap
  • Ensuring Graphnet play an active part in contribution and responding to Health and Social Care Interoperability technologies and standards
  • Act as a subject matter expert in dealings with customers on Interoperability, including the development of the strategic Graphnet LHCR platform
  • Ensuring Graphnet integration specifications are accurately and reliably defined and managed, with a specific focus on underpinning technologies and non-functional aspects of the solution design
  • Ensuring Graphnet existing and future integration feeds meet user requirements and are iterated in response to market need and Information Standards
  • Own delivery of the underpinning platform to deliver key integration specifications for data in the Shared Care Record – Acute ADT, Community, Mental Health, Alerts, Allergies, Pathology, Radiology, OOH, etc.
  • Helping Graphnet to deliver market need and project rollouts more rapidly through configuration management and knowledge management disciplines - Documentation and cataloguing or feeds, APIs and UI components
  • A technical architecture lead - developing and supporting joined up architecture across the System C and Graphnet Alliance product set
  • Liaising with national bodies (NHS E/D/X) around use of national interoperability services, supporting national assurance and design of integration with those services working closely with development teams.
  • Supporting sales – through demonstrations, bid responses
  • Study the healthcare market and operations and identify new interoperability capabilities required to enhance the clinical and operational usefulness of the shared care record

Knowledge/experience 

Essential:

  • Demonstrable knowledge, experience in and passion for healthcare interoperability standards and techn
  • Understanding of health and social care software systems
  • Good working knowledge of Azure cloud services, including Azure API Management
  • Deep understanding of Health and Social Care Interoperability technologies, patterns and standards (e. g XDS, HL7v2/3, OpenID Connect, OAuth, Point-to-Point / Broadcast, Publish / Subscribe models, Registry Repository, etc)
  • Knowledge of RESTful APIs, SOAP, SSL certificates, encryption
  • Strong business analysis and requirements analysis experience
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Degree or equivalent
  • Experience working in a customer-facing role
  • Experience working with clinicians and health professionals
  • Excellent stakeholder collaboration and management skills combined with a flexible and adaptable
    approach in order to achieve successful stakeholder satisfaction
  • Ability to work remotely, including with onshore and offshore development teams
  • Strong decision making, judgment and analytical skills
  • Excellent data-handling experience including, but not limited to, Excel, SQL, XML and JSON
  • Self-Driven with ability to work independently
  • Excellent time-management skills

Desirable:

  • Experience of working in an agile development environment with Product Managers and Developers to create new digital products and services
  • Clinical coding knowledge – SNOMED CT, ICD-10, READ, CTV3, OPCS, etc

Applications

Please apply in writing, sending a covering letter & CV to hrrecruitment@systemc.com

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