Terry L. Blackburn
Seventeen years of working in a data processing environment on an I.B.M. System/38, AS/400, iSeries. Fifteen years experience with data systems in hospital based health care systems. Two years experience managing 5 or more employees Experience managing large IT projects Extensive development with structured programming and analysis. Expertise in process automation. Five years experience as a commercial software developer.
Tuality Healthcare, Inc.
Information and Business Technology
335 S.E. Eighth Avenue
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123Title: Planning and Development Manager Dates: October, 2000 to present Responsibilities Functions as a resource for all system services under management of IBT departments. Guides activities of Planning and Development team. Serves as technical advisor to the organization and CIO for the strategic use of information technology. Leads department in planning and implementation of major projects. Directs development team in design and/or delivery of new technology.Title: System Services Manager Dates: February, 1999 to October, 2000 Responsibilities Title change only, responsibilities same as below.Title: System Services Coordinator Dates: February, 1999 to October, 2000 Responsibilities Functions as a resource for all system services under management of BIT departments. Guides activities of Programming and Operations teams. Serves as technical advisor to the organization and CIO for the strategic use of information technology.Title: Senior Programmer Analyst Dates: March, 1989 to February, 1999 Responsibilities Establish and maintain all application program products. Analyze and design programs, subsystems or complete systems. Write necessary program code, test document and implement new applications using CASE tools when possible. Responsible for analysis and problem determination to correct program malfunctions. Design, enhance, or maintain interfaces between systems. Serve as technical advisor or trainer for staff and departmental mangers.Independent Software Developer
DataPacket Report Distribution SystemDates: 1991 to present Responsibilities Develop, maintain and enhance commercial software application. The DataPacket Report Distribution System made its commercial debut first quarter of 1991, marketed by Pacific City Software. Since that time, more than 100 copies have been sold in the United States, Canada, Jamaica, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore and India. Major corporations to take advantage of this product include Shell Oil, Price-Costco, Bank of America, ADT Security Systems, Nestle Food Services and General Electric. DataPacket is now marketed by LXI Inc. as Report Distribution System. The user interface for this general system utility is engineered in SYNON. The functional portion is hand written in efficient and highly structured RPG and CL code.Adventist Health Systems, Inc.
Boulder Memorial Hospital
Boulder, ColoradoTitle: Programmer Dates: April, 1986 to March, 1989 Responsibilities Coordinate installation of System/38 computer system, serve as primary systems contact person during installation and configuration of hospital information system. Maintain and enhance HIS software to meet business requirements. Automation of day end procedures to allow unattended operations was accomplished through a unique process that required minimal modification of vendor software. Adventist Health System.Eastern and Middle America
8800 West 75th Street
Shawnee Mission, KS 66204Title: Programmer Dates: July, 1985 to April, 1986 Responsibilities Design and implement data conversion programs for installation of stand alone HIS software for hospitals in Washington, DC., central Missouri and Boulder, Colorado. Travel to hospital sites and function as technical assistant in both hardware and software configuration during installation phase.EDUCATION:Walla Walla College Bachelor of Arts - Music Theory, 1981 Additional class work towards BS in Computer Science in 1983-84 (WWC)IBM Technical Conference 1990, 1993, 2000Cozzi Technical Conference 1991Edify Corporation - Edify U - Electronic Workforce training, Advanced Electronic Workforce training, World Wide Web training - 1996TECHNICAL EXPERTISE: Have experience in the following system environments: RPG/400, RPG III, REXX, and Visual Basic languages. AS/400, OS/2, Windows 95, DOS operating systems. I also develop applications using the Edify Electronic Workforce, create web based using net.Data and SQL.Competent in the use of the AS/400 Utilities and Control programming language.Other miscellaneous systems/languages (the skills have died, the concepts linger on...) HP3000 (1979-81), VAX 11-750 (1982-83), Sequent (1988-89), C++, Lisp, Forth, Pascal, BASIC, PROLOG, COBOL, SYNON
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