Job Title : MES IT Quality Specialist
Job location :Raleigh NC
Job Duration: 6+ Months
The resource will support the MITA 3.0 State Self-Assessment (SS-A) and performing mapping of the State's Replacement MES requirements and business processes (which were developed as part of System Design) to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) MITA Business Processes and Business Capabilities Matrices to determine the MITA 3.0 maturity level of the Replacement MMIS (As-Is Assessment.) The ITQAS will also assist in the preparation of the State's MITA 3.0 SS-A Report. Additionally the resource may assist in determining the State's future goals for MITA (technology framework and business processes) by leading meetings with internal stakeholders and vendors to map the State's Replacement MMIS processes to the "To-Be" MITA 3.0 maturity levels. A major component of this role will be the support of the CMS Information Technology Systems certification exercise which is heavily reliant on MITA compliance for the technical architecture for deployed IT systems.
This resource may interface with Division Leadership and DHHS Subject Matter Experts (SME) as required to complete the work. This role is focused on managing and monitoring integration efforts and compliance. Participation in drafting procurement documentation (RFI and IFB, RFP, and RFQ) is key aspect. Interface with business stakeholders will occur daily.
The candidate may also conduct gap analyses of the As-Is operations and To-Be environments to identify appropriate actions needed to reach target maturity levels, and may develop the technical documentation for compliance with the CMS Seven Standards and Conditions. The resource will perform crosswalks to evaluate the State Business Process Model's (BPM) alignment with or deviation from the CMS-defined MITA BPM. This resource will work under the direction of the MES Lead Project Manager and in concert with additional MITA staff in the performance of the work. The resource will ensure the utilization of industry best practices for compliance with CMS and State-defined performance standards. This resource will provide day-to-day technical advice to the MITA team members in the completion of the "As Is" assessment and strategic advice as requested. Additionally, this resource may interface with Division Leadership and other DHHS Subject Matter Experts (SME) as required to complete the work.