Abacus Technology is seeking a Subject Matter Expert to support IT modernization and development services for the HQ Air Mobility Command Surgeon General Medical IT Services program at Scott AFB. This is a full-time position.
Provide subject matter expertise guidance and support related to modernization and development to the AMC/SG, staff, units, and personnel supporting the worldwide AE and ERC mission. Provide representation for Integrated Performance and High Performance Teams conducting requirement identification, validation and analysis as required. Act as a SME for IT Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) Programs, during Air Force Medical Service Capability Based Planning meetings, development and management of AMC Capabilities Based Planning program to identify, analyze, develop and test research and materiel capabilities and solutions. Brief AMC/SG requirements/projects to Department of Defense (DoD) and Civilian Healthcare, Operational Readiness, Information Technology, and Research and Development Conferences/Symposia. Assist in the development of Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) dedicated Global Air – Ground communication capability to provide Telehealth data transfer, auto update of patient medical record in the Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) providing instantaneous awareness of patient status, voice capability for teleconsultation, video streaming, and still picture transfer for specialist consultation. Assist in development of implementation and training plan for 32 Active Duty, US Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard Aeromedical Evacuation Units, six AFCENT Theater Units, and six Aeromedical Staging Facilities/En Route Patient Staging Facilities as a member of the technical implementation team. Assist with the Capability Based Assessment (CBA) Conference to use input to develop AMC/SG CBA document and map identified projects to the CBA, providing AF/SG overall visibility of clinical, training and materiel requirements for IT. Assist, maintain, and monitor initiative status throughout the development/acquisition cycle. Assist AMC/SGXM in the development of Mission Capability Statements as it relates to IT, Concepts of Employment, as well as Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) for AMC Medical Unit Type Codes (UTCs). Provide day-to-day tasks that support the IT technical requirements. Collaborate with Multi-Service higher headquarters, AMC leadership, Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) Execution Wings, academia, and industry on clinical and materiel IT research/capability solutions. Review United States Air Force (USAF) and Joint Warfare Interoperability guidelines, and specific exploitable systematic road maps for development and implementation considerations. Assist with the development, review, and analysis on IT equipment needed to fill validated capability gaps. Identify and evaluate potential IT technological advances for UTC inclusion. Collect, maintain, and analyze after-action reports, inspection, and Joint Universal Lessons Learned System (JULLS) documentation for UTC revisions as it relates to IT. Advise on AMC medical and AE mission aspects related to non-medical UTCs as it relates to IT. Provide operational support for short-term information or data system capabilities in support of Air Force Medical Service peacetime and wartime operations for AE Information Technology, excluding deployable communication, equipment inventory and conditions, and data entry of system, status, and other related issues through in-house or commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software. Coordinate program development with the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and AMC/SGXM MEFPAK Manager, and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) on aircraft roll on/roll off capabilities. Provide advice and counsel regarding development and fielding of the AE Electronic Health Record system. Identify and document evaluation concepts and criteria necessary to determine the essential characteristics, capabilities, and key performance parameters of development IT equipment/software and document this work in their Equipment Essential Characteristics Document and provide to the COR and AMC/SGXM.
5+ years intensive and progressive experience in a specialized area of healthcare to support development in areas such as clinical, billing, utilization management, Medicaid or Medicare applications. Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Must hold a certification in compliance with DoD 8570 requirements. Experience in innovation, knowledge distribution and knowledge of healthcare delivery systems and care management processes. Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIM) degree/certification preferred. Able to communicate with management, technical staff, and end users in a clear and professional manner. Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to develop and present technical presentations. Able to represent complex data in diagrams or through other techniques that communicate precise information to both business and technical staff. Proven ability to understand the strategic and tactical approach to projects and handle multiple projects concurrently. Must be a US citizen and hold a current Secret clearance.
Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.