Meaningful Work Awaits.
Build relationships and further patient well-being.
We pride ourselves on improving health outcomes and value for patients. A career at Great Lakes Health Connect gives you the opportunity to make it easier for patients and caregivers to exchange information, deepening their relationships.
As one of the largest and most successful Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) in the country, Great Lakes Health Connect manages health information services for 129 hospitals, over 4,000 primary, specialty, and allied care practice offices, and more than half of all Michigan residents.
GLHC has an immediate opening for an Implementation Consultant in the metro-Detroit area to join our client development and support team, which connects hospital, ambulatory care, and community services to our network.
The Security Operations Analyst is responsible for supporting the full life cycle of cyber security operations as well recommending enhancements to our current security operations environment. Our ideal candidate will bring security analysis and incident response experience to help build and support daily operations. Responsibilities will include identifying and prioritizing potential threats and vulnerabilities, creating or recommending new prevention or detection methodologies, managing the incident response and monitoring functions, as well as continuously working with the Privacy & Security Officer to improve security operations strategy and processes.
The Systems Administrator is responsible for maintaining the IT infrastructure at our 40-user organization and providing network design, configuration, testing, design and analysis. A well-qualified candidate will possesses a bachelor’s degree in IT/IS (or equivalent experience), Microsoft and Cisco certifications, and at least two years of Tier 2 or 3 desktop support and server administration. Experience in the health information exchange and informatics industry using Intersystems is preferred, as this role is responsible for resolving system issues that enable consistent communication between health care providers across the state.