A.T. Still University's School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
(ATSU-SOMA) is seeking a Data Informatics Specialist in Mesa,
Arizona who will actively contribute ideas and seek ways to
collaboratively improve processes, systems, and tools to enhance
data management for the project team and community health center
partners. She/He/They will demonstrate strong problem-solving and
critical thinking skills in order to coordinate leaders, faculty,
and trainees at multiple remote locations, and serve as a liaison
between all parties. She/He/They will help identify and recommend
solutions for addressing Fellow knowledge/skill gaps, particularly
in the design of health care transformation projects and collection
systems that comply with Health Center policies, regulations, and
The grant-funded data informatics specialist will report directly
to the Deputy Project Director for the HRSA-funded Pathways to
Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration in the Nation’s Health
Centers project. The specialist may occasionally travel to the
partner sites and will frequently conduct business via video
conference and email communications with project faculty and
The responsibilities of the data informatics specialist will
include, but will not necessarily be limited to, the
- Work with PCTE-IBHPC team to develop and implement data
collection/evaluation and assess outcomes.
- Facilitate the development and maintenance of learning and
dissemination platforms (such as VCHC, GoogleSite, Canvas,
- Conduct data analysis on small and large data sets.
- Conduct needs assessments and evaluations relating to/based
upon curricular gap analysis.
- Conduct needs assessments and evaluations of Health Centers and
related to integrated care OUD/SUD/addiction/pain management, and
- Work with team, write papers, create presentations and
disseminate scholarly work.
- Conduct data analysis for projects, grants and other programs
as opportunities are presented and as directed by the PCTE-IBHPC
Program Director/Deputy Director.
- Provide direct input as trainees and Health Center/ATSU faculty
or providers develop, conduct and evaluate community-based,
scholarly activity relating to integration, opioid/substance use
disorder/addiction, trainee/provider wellness, community oriented
primary care or quality improvement projects.
- Meet with PCTE program director, Deputy Director and post-award
project manager on a weekly basis.
- Other duties as deemed necessary as the project evolves.
Successful candidates must be self-starters who possess a master's
degree in healthcare informatics, public health, health care
administration, health care management, or related field and
demonstrate the skills and attitudes needed to methodically blend
the application of information management with legal and ethical
competencies. Strong data analysis skills and research skills
This position is a part-time (.25 FTE) grant-funded position, with
HRSA support anticipated through June 30, 2024.