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Project: International Alliance of Healthcare Practitioners
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Project Overview:
IAHP, short for International Alliance of Healthcare Practitioners, offers information to visitors and a chance for healthcare professionals to join the IAHP alliance, get listed in the directory, and buy a templated micro-site. IAHP offers both patients and practitioners a chance to enhance their knowledge and network with others. All of this is managed through administration screens that handle transactions and automatically setup micro-sites, and more.

My Role:
My main role was to program the entire front end of the web site, as well as support the project by coming up with new ideas to achieve certain goals such as attracting potential customers and providing current customers the ability to create and manage their own micro-site through an administration interface provided to members of the web site.

I currently maintain the entire system, handle change requests, as well as provide support. Typically, I implement new features and enhancements to the existing application utilizing PHP, SQL, JavaScript, and HTML. I also help prioritize the clients requests to help make sure the most important or outstanding issues are handled in a timely manner.

I programmed an automated renewal process for paid microsites in C# that automatically runs daily looking for microsites that are coming up for renewal. The system identifies microsites and sends a reminder 30 and 15 day prior to renewal to allow customers to update their potentially expired credit card data. On the day of the renewal, the credit cards are charged and a log is made. Should the microsite stay un-renewed for 30 days after it's due date, the microsite is taken off-line. All of this is all automated and done with zero human iteraction.