The Inpatient Project Lead is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the Inpatient Implementation at OHSUs affiliate sites. The position also coordinates the implementation of Epic applications at all new inpatient settings. The Inpatient Project Lead has accountability for the successful implementation of assigned projects, meeting commitments to scope, budget, and schedule.
This position will be responsible for ensuring all staff assigned completes various portions of the inpatient implementation. This may include application analysts, workflow analysts, interface analysts, trainers and report writers. The staff assigned to work on the inpatient portion of the implementation projects will be responsible for coordinating design, build and testing of applications across the inpatient setting.
Bachelors degree in health care, computer science, information technology, or related field.
Epic Certification in any application
Minimum of five years of experience with major IT projects
Significant organizational and management skills, specifically within a large organization
Experience with building and maintaining successful vendor relationships
Experience in complex technology environment
Working knowledge of hospital operations and the patient care process.
Proven record of successful project management
Working knowledge of Epic applications and understanding of security and access-related issues.
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