Under thedirection of the Director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI), theDatabase Architect supervises and leads development and implementation ofresearch Enterprise Data Warehouse, data mart and deployment of associatedBusiness Intelligence/Visual Analytic systems for UTHSC Center for BiomedicalInformatics. This position leads maintenance and improvement of UTHSC in-houseclinical data management systems, specifically focusing on database design andarchitecture as well as integrates novel systems with the UTHSC CBMIinfrastructure.
Collaborates with Methodist Healthcare IT to continue existing development, and implementation of research Enterprise Data Warehouse (rEDW).
Leads normalization, harmonization, and integration of legacy data from other sources and develops a framework using common data models for data marts and the data warehouse.
Provides guidance and direction on the development and maintenance of a data sandbox system for healthcare analytics.
Creates the database structure, proposes hardware and software requirements, and implements software for a comprehensive analytical framework for the CBMI.
Designs and manipulates web-database accessible software for manipulation of data using HTML and SQL commands.
Guides CBMI service team to develop and implement advanced search algorithms for data retrieval and pre-analysis verification.
Provides project status reports to CBMI management and customers.
Implements the usage of business intelligence and data visualization dashboards (Tableau etc.).
Oversees maintenance of CBMI servers in collaboration with UTHSC ITS.
Oversees REDCap application upgrades and installation when applicable. REDCap data management and manipulation for existing clients, holding demo sessions and consultation for prospective clients.
Performs other duties assigned.
Internal Number: 187526
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