BluePrint Healthcare IT is growing, which creates exciting opportunities for your professional growth. Are you looking for a place where your experience and expertise are respected? Where you can contribute at the level of highest impact? Where your career ambitions are a priority? Are you ready to work alongside colleagues and clients that are as passionate about success as you are.


We are an entrepreneurial company. Our pace is fast, our culture is inclusive, and our people are deeply committed. We reward your entrepreneurial spirit.


We are looking for team members who are passionate about healthcare and believe that the work we are doing will make a difference. We value colleagues who:


- Are intellectually curious

- Want to solve the most complex problems in healthcare and care coordination

- Believe in the promise of health information exchange

- Value patient data and will go to great lengths to protect it

- Always see the glass as “half-full”

- Rise to the occasion, every time.


We are looking for team members who can lead and follow, are lifelong learners, and derive true satisfaction from service to others.


BluePrint seeks talented people who embrace our values and whose work style responds well to the agile, creative and versatile nature of our growing business. If you are interested in growing along with us and blazing new trails in healthcare, BluePrint is the company for you.


Your choice in BluePrint is just as critical as our choice in you.




The open positions at BluePrint Healthcare IT are listed below.

BluePrint Healthcare IT (“BluePrint”) is recognized for its leadership in healthcare technology, providing hospitals, healthcare systems, and other healthcare organizations with products and services for transforming clinical and financial business operations. BluePrint was founded in 2003 with the mission to leverage technology to improve patient care. Building on its foundation of healthcare security and privacy, BluePrint is now focused on three practice areas with software and professional services:

  • Information Security, Privacy and Compliance – Programmatic and Technical Consulting, Compliance and Risk Management,BluePrint:Secure
  • Health Information Exchange – HIE Advisory Services, HIE Implementation Services, HIE Manager
  • Care Optimization – Service Line Optimization, ACO/PCMH, Care Coordination, Care Navigator

The Project Manager will support the planning, development, and implementation of major/strategic projects. Projects are focused on supporting/transforming healthcare organizations through the implementation of health information exchanges, care coordination models and/or BluePrint product implementations. The PM will participate in the development of business strategy and develop and manage business plans that involve cross functional/multi-organizational teams. The PM will assess customer requirements, determine the appropriate solution, create project management plans and monitor tasks to project completion. The PM will work with various executive stakeholders in healthcare systems, hospitals, physician practices, government and health insurance companies. Provide quality measures and quality improvement subject matter expertise that will complement HIE and Care Optimization software and services.

  • Develop, maintain, and continuously improve a project management methodology supported by training, tools, and measures
  • Directly manage "critical" projects as determined by executive management
  • Manage day-to-day operational aspects of a project, timeline, and scope; must effectively manage multiple concurrent projects
  • Ensure project documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately
  • Must be able to affectively execute change and communication management by keeping the project team well informed of changes affecting project scope and deliverables
  • Facilitate team and customer meetings effectively
  • Effectively communicate with executive management
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Expert knowledge of both theoretical and practical application of project management methodology
  • Knowledge of industry standard project management tools and techniques
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and detail orientation
  • Ability to thrive in a flexible work environment and to adapt to change
  • Advanced critical thinking and creative problem solving skills
  • Ability to travel when needed

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience managing complex projects requiring the coordination of multiple organizations
  • PMP and/or Lean Six Sigma certification a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel Pivot tables, Visio, MS Project, MS PowerPoint)
  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Knowledge of physician or hospital healthcare industry is required
  • Proven track record for on-time, on-budget project delivery required
  • Experience presenting and communicating with internal and external customers required

Location: Tri-State Area / Some US travel


Joining Date: Immediate


Employment Status: Full Time


Employment Type: Employee


Manages others: As required


For further details contact: Kimberly Gollinott

Job Title: Clinical Analyst


Job Description: The Clinical Analyst will work closely with the Project Manager and Technical Analyst to support the timely and successful build, launch and use of Care Navigator and provide subject matter expertise on consulting engagements as needed.


Date: July 2016


Care Navigator Inc. was launched by BluePrint Healthcare IT, a healthcare transformation and information security company, to focus specifically on providing the leading shared care coordination and care management platform for its customers. In the summer of 2014, BluePrint Healthcare IT released the first version of Care Navigator™. This innovative and award-winning software has continued to gain traction with organizations that are focused on managing the shared care of patients, especially those implementing new value-based payment models. The need for better care management with tools for patient and member engagement are critical to these value-based models.


Clinical Analyst(s) will:

- Analyze and document existing clinical workflow processes and clinical data of each stakeholder organization for application design

- Work with stakeholder organizations and executive leadership to identify and implement core clinical conditions and measures

- Work with Clients, vendors, project manager and technical analyst to design, document, test, implement and manage clinical data collection and reporting systems

- Train end users on system operation, functionality and adoption on workflows

- Educate users about regulatory and/or internal organizational policies and procedures as required

- Work with project manager and technical analyst to execute unit testing and end user acceptance testing

- Communicate values and benefits of BluePrint solutions to foster greater levels of adoption with end users

- Communicate progress updates including issues, lessons learned and best practices with stakeholder organizations, project manager and Client executive team

- Work with Clients and BluePrint project team to expand and optimize the use of BluePrint software,  HIE, and other systems and workflows to effect improvements to outcomes and patient satisfaction, operational efficiencies, and reductions in cost


Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

- Architect standard and custom clinical workflows centered around care management within Care Navigator

- Documentation of current and future state clinical workflows

- Document core clinical conditions and measures as defined by Client

- User Adoption and Training Plan

- Education and Awareness Materials

- End User Acceptance documentation

- Progress Reports and Weekly Status Updates

- Ability to manage tasks and collaborate effectively as member of a project team

- Provide RFP input regarding clinical features, workflows, and outcomes

- Prepare and conduct demonstrations on Care Navigator during all phases of the sales cycle

- Be clinical liaison between internal and external customers

- Develop content for patient assessments and care plans based on best practices


Experience Requirement:

- Bachelor’s degree in relevant field

- 3-4 years’ experience as a clinical analyst

- RN preferred

- Familiarity with healthcare and/or hospital information systems

- Experience with care management systems a plus


Job Location: NJ


Reports To: Chief Solutions Architect


Job Role: Analyst


Joining Date: ASAP


Employment Status: Full Time


Employment Type: Employee or Contractor


Manages Others: No


For further details contact: Kimberly Gollinott

Overall Responsibility:

The ideal candidate plays a pivotal role in the success of regional sales by providing specialized assistance to the internal Sales Team, Executive Team and external customers. This position requires a highly motivated and experienced sales administrator with a strong aptitude to quickly learn new techniques and processes outside their core domain experience.

The ability to interact with staff and customers (at all levels) in a fast paced environment, sometimes under pressure, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality is crucial to this role. Expert level written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making ability and attention to detail are equally important.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Provide specialized assistance to internal Sales Team and customers by acting on a variety of requests including, but not limited to customer/lead contact and other sales related activities that will support sales in achieving their targets.
  • Assist in the development of corporate sales presentations as required.
  • Administration and coordination of proposal/RFP collection and general tender responses.
  • Responsible for the coordination of meetings, requiring interaction with both internal and external executives and assistants. Coordinated meetings will be in person or may utilize WebEx or a combination of both. Administrator may be responsible for all aspects of the meeting, including, but not limited to: Appropriation of space, meeting agenda, meeting minutes and providing meals (if applicable).
  • Assist in setting up and correcting sales opportunity data and maintenance of customer data within a CRM.
  • Answer phones and coordinate communication of all customer-related issues to the appropriate party to ensure seamless flow of information.
  • General administrative assistance to the Sales and Executive Team such as CRM maintenance, travel assistance, emailing, managing calendars, ordering office supplies and dispatching material to prospects as requested.
  • Additional possible projects include preparing support materials for sales calls; performing internet research; handling sales follow-up calls; system clean-ups; mailings and mail merges; and performing a variety of clerical functions and data entry.

Skills and Attributes:

  • Comprehensive understanding of Healthcare IT software products/systems/concepts
  • Demonstrably strong business acumen and professional writing skills
  • Ability to create concise high-quality documentation
  • Excellent editing skills
  • Strong detail orientation
  • Outstanding communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment with multiple, sometimes shifting priorities and occasionally requiring longer hours
  • Familiarization with CRM
  • Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook


  • Bachelors in English or Marketing Preferred

Job Location: Cranbury, NJ


Job Role: Entry Level


Employment Status: Full-Time


Employment Type: Employee


Yearly Salary Range: $35k - $40k


Joining Date: Immediately


Manages Others: No


For further details contact: Kimberly Gollinott