DOH is looking for 2 Programmer 4/PR4's to fulfill a 1216 hour assignment. There is a potential for the project to extend beyond the initial 1216 hours. Candidates will be working on The Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act project.
Posting will close to submissions on 12/28 @ 2pm.
A PO can take up to THREE FULL WEEKS to create at ODH. Please set this expectation with candidates prior to submission. The team is planning to schedule interviews the first week of January.
Candidates MUST be available to interview onsite. Local candidates are preferred and will be considered FIRST. Add bid comments to explain each candidate's situation.
.Net Framework 4.5.2
Visual Studio 2015
KendoUI (converting Telerik to KendoUI controls out of application)
SQL Server 2012
Nice to Have:
.Net Framework 4.6/MVC Core 1.0
The primary objectives of this project are as follows:
Integrate existing systems within the Ryan White program at ODH
Capture and maintain consistency in client information
Capture and maintain consistency in provider information
Reduce manual processes
Remove need to process payments from old OHDAP database
Create interfaces between systems that allow single data entry, distribution, maintenance and sharing of data common to the different systems, thus eliminating data redundancies and inconsistent dependencies.
Adopt a paperless environment as much as possible
Complete development of all required federal reports and automate
Reduce/eliminate complexity in report generation and export
Background: The Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act provides resources for low income, uninsured, and underinsured persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) for care and treatment of HIV disease through a number of programs known as “Parts.” Ohio’s Ryan White Part B program provides HIV/AIDS-related services and is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB).
Due to a need for increasingly sophisticated assessment and measurement, in part due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements, data necessary to report progress toward the National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan, evolving HRSA reporting requirements, and an opportunity to invest available resources to make critical database updates, HIV Care Services (HCS) submits this proposal.