ProgenyHealth Interoperability (EDI) Engineer (Remote) in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania

March 30, 2024

Job Description

ProgenyHealth empowers our health plan and employer partners to change the trajectory of maternal and infant health outcomes across America. Informed by more than 20 years of experience and patient data, our end-to-end maternal and infant care management solution helps ensure the best possible outcomes for every expecting mother we touch. Our wholly integrated solution builds a network of support for an uninterrupted continuum of care from prenatal health, through any resultant NICU stay, and all the way to one full year of life. From the very beginning, we unite early health risk assessment data with self-directed digital tools and dedicated Case Managers who work tirelessly to connect at-risk moms-to-be with the resources, care, and support they need for a healthy, full-term delivery. By promoting predictable, equitable, and standardized high quality care journeys, we ensure healthier outcomes—and lower costs— across your entire at-risk population. In so doing, we help overcome systemic barriers to support healthier pregnancies and healthier starts to life for all moms and babies, one family at a time.

Job location: This position may be performed remotely in the US only – candidates outside of the Eastern PA area will be considered.

Job Role

ProgenyHealth is seeking an Interoperability Analyst to collaborate with engineering team to create technical solutions around interoperability in support of ProgenyHealth’s proprietary Baby Trax and MomPath platform. This position will support interoperability projects throughout the planning, design, implementation, and production monitoring stages.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Participate in the following business rhythms:

  • Maintain, update and take ownership of existing and new interoperability products.

  • Agile Project Planning & Estimation meetings reviewing feature backlog and identification of potential impacts of proposed changes to timelines, budgets, resources, and project scope.

  • Facilitate good communication and expectation leveling with integration partners.

  • Participate in client planning meetings discussing Electronic Data Interchanges and Web Service Interface designs with external sources.

  • Participate in third party COTS integration planning meetings.

  • Thoroughly analyze problem definition, requirements, and software development products.

  • Ensure performance, quality and responsiveness of solutions are scalable.

  • Understand Author specifications and requirements for new development and enhancements of interfaces, data exchange, that follow industry standards with HIE, X12, HL7, FHIR standards.

  • Validate and verify software requirements are achieved.

  • Perform support duties, “keeping the lights on” for production data exchange solutions.

  • Monitor existing interfaces, to include resolution or escalation of errors.

  • Prioritize customer issues properly and communicate updates as appropriate.

  • Use good judgment to determine problems that may need escalation.

  • Demonstrate good interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral.

  • Manage multiple issues in a fast-paced environment.

  • Work effectively with senior developers, project management and senior interface SME.

  • Create, implement, test, and support custom interfaces.

  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple assignments at once

  • Ability to work as team player

  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study/discipline (Computer Science, Information Technology, Software Engineering, Management Information Systems).

  • 5+ years supporting Agile software development teams developing solutions with proficiency in the following software languages, frameworks, and tools:

  • Knowledge of Web Services and Web APIs.

  • Experience with NextGen MirthConnect (preferred) or another EDI Integration Engine

  • Knowledge of Health standards and protocols including X12, HL7, FHIR, CCDA.

  • Proficient with an Integrated Development Environment.

  • Hospital information systems knowledge; Leverage third-party COTS software for integration with proprietary software application a plus.

  • 2+ years of SQL experience including the ability to use SQL Join statements

    Nice to have:

  • Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, Reporting Services and Analysis Services, JSON, WebAPI, SOAP.

  • SQL Server database management application experience

  • SQL query building experience

  • Understands best practices, software lifecycle, and processes to facilitate discussions around requirements.

  • Experience with 278 and 834 file standards preferred

  • Strong communication skills working across business functions (Software Development, Clinical, IT, Client Services, etc.).

  • Organized with a keen eye for detail. Efficiently collects, organizes, and analyzes data when designing, coding, and testing solutions in support of development goals.

  • Manage multiple projects, issues, and deliverables in a fast-paced environment. Able to multi-task and prioritize work to meet deadlines.

  • Excellent listening, critical thinking, written and verbal skills.

  • Works independently and within a team environment. Willing to mentor and coach other members of the organization.

  • Experience working in a professional environment with clinical managed care concepts, practices and procedures preferred.


    Some of the benefits we offer our team are:

  • Paid Time Off

  • Paid Parental Leave

  • Medical, dental, vision benefits

  • 401K with company match

  • Short- and Long-Term Disability

  • Group Life Insurance

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Professional development opportunities

    ProgenyHealth positively recruits people from diverse backgrounds, including individuals with disabilities – if you need an accommodation to interview, please contact us by email: [email protected]


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