The Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT) improves the health of populations by advancing cutting edge Health IT across all sectors.
CPHIT (pronounced "see-fit") focuses on using insurance claims, electronic medical records, hospital discharges, social data, and 'Big Data' relevant to the health of communities and populations.
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Current Job Opening:
The Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT) is looking for an experienced Research Data Analyst to work with a globally recognized team of faculty and staff to help support academic research and development of state- of-the art analytic tools to be applied in the US and across the globe. The Research Data Analyst will provide support to the team through database development, data analytics, and administrative support as needed. This will include developing analytic data sets, managing multiple databases and overseeing database development including infrastructure and architectural components. A successful candidate will work collaborative with various research teams in CPHIT and assisting in the work done around digital data and population health.
For more information see the job posting https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Research-Data-Analyst-MD-21205/830473900/
For questions email CPHIT coordinator: Dr. Elyse Lasser (email@example.com)
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