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  1. Tester 01567 NY

    Close date: July 22, 2014 Target Start date: August 11, 2014 Target End date: Augutst 10, 2016 Duration: 24 months Hours per week: 40 Task Order #HBITS-02-01567 This is a full time position. Hours are Negotiable. Job location is Albany, NY   Description: Under Section 315(b) of the New York State Insurance Law, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, and certain Health Care Practitioners are required to report all malpractice claims within 90 days.   The current Medical Malpractice Data Collection ...

  2. Oracle Database Specialist 01569 NY

    Close date: July 22, 2014 Target Start date: August 11, 2014 Target End date: Augutst 10, 2016 Duration: 24 months Hours per week: 40 Task Order #HBITS-02-01569 This is a full time position. Hours are Negotiable. Job location is Albany, NY   Description: Under Section 315(b) of the New York State Insurance Law, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, and certain Health Care Practitioners are required to report all malpractice claims within 90 days.   The current Medical Malpractice Data Collection ...

  3. Business Analyst 01568 NY

    Close date: July 21, 2014 Target Start date: August 11, 2014 Target End date: Augutst 10, 2016 Duration: 24 months Hours per week: 40 Task Order #HBITS-02-01568 This is a full time position. Hours are Negotiable. Job location is Albany, NY   Description: Under Section 315(b) of the New York State Insurance Law, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, and certain Health Care Practitioners are required to report all malpractice claims within 90 days.   The current Medical Malpractice Data Collection ...

  4. Project Manager 01565 NY

    Close date: July 20, 2014 Target Start date: August 11, 2014 Target End date: August 10, 2016 Duration: 24 months Hours per week: 40 Task Order #HBITS-02-01565 This is a full time position. Hours are negotiable. Job location is Albany, NY   Description: Under Section 315(b) of the New York State Insurance Law, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, and certain Health Care Practitioners are required to report all malpractice claims within 90 days.   The current Medical Malpractice Data Collection ...