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The Military & Health Research Foundation (MHRF) is seeking a Medical Video Reviewer for quality and performance improvement during emergency trauma resuscitation. Video review for trauma resuscitation is particularly valuable, as patient care in this area is protocol based and involves multiple providers as part of a team. The primary aim for the reviewer is to identify key resuscitative and procedural steps. This role will support the evaluation and improvement of trauma resuscitation through real-time video and workflow analysis. The Video Reviewer will participate in data processing, record their findings in a detailed written report and maintain consistent and timely communication with all collaboration and team partners.
The Market Research Analyst will support a health technology research project evaluating new and emerging mobile health applications (MHAs). Through a comprehensive literature search and evaluation of technologies currently on the market and in development, the Market Research Analyst will provide data and information needed to meet project objectives. This contractual position is expected to be a 12-month engagement.
The Military & Health Research Foundation (MHRF) is seeking a Database Programmer to manage patient data, develop software and implementation processes, generate validation routines and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. The Database Programmer will construct and maintain a SQL database which maps to other existing healthcare databases. The programmer will also create a program that supports the recording and replay of patient treatment and outcomes. The management of these databases will require modifying software to fix errors or upgrade interfaces to remain compatible with the existing suite of software.