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Seeking Experienced Jena developer

From: Samuel Rose <samuel.rose@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2014 19:12:11 -0400
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To: users@jena.apache.org, dev@jena.apache.org, public-lod@w3.org, semantic-web@w3.org
The Prevention at Home project is seeking an experienced Apache Jena
developer for a 6 month contract, of approximately 20 hours per week.

Desired knowledge includes:

Java programming experience, SPARQL query experience, OWL and RDF
Ontology usage and creation experience (we are also working with
Protoge and Neologism to create serve ontologies), and experience with
Jena Rules and Inference.

Please contact: samuel.rose@gmail.com if you are interested in this 6
month to 1 year contract position.


About the project:

http://innovation.cms.gov/initiatives/Health-Care-Innovation-Awards-Round-Two/Washington-DC.html

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

Project Title: "PREVENTION AT HOME: A Model for Novel use of Mobile
Technologies and Integrated Care Systems to Improve HIV Prevention and
Care While Lowering Cost"
Geographic Reach: Washington D.C.
Estimated Funding Amount: $23,808,617

Summary: The George Washington University project will test a model
that will utilize mobile technologies and optimize the prevention and
care continuum (early detection, treatment adherence, retention in
care, viral load suppression, decreased hospitalizations) for HIV+
individuals.  The project will bring together a consortium of
stakeholders including community outreach organizations, clinical care
systems, a hospital, a managed care organization, the DC Department of
Health, and DC Medicaid to share integrated IT systems. Together these
systems will provide Medicaid members with the ability to receive
online education, the option of ordering home testing and home
specimen collection for sexually transmitted infections and HIV,
receive sexually transmitted infection and viral load test results,
receive e-prescriptions and support linking and relinking to care.
Additionally, the systems will provide community health workers (CHW)
with a mobile tool to collect recruitment data, to guide counseling,
testing and linkage services, and will provide CHW with a list of
active patients to provide care coordination who have detectable viral
load, missed clinic visits, missed medication refills, emergency room
visits or hospitalizations. Finally, the system will allow CHW and /or
patients to generate a care plan that will be integrated into the
primary care provider’s electronic health record, to facilitate
continuity of care.
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