Information Technology Inpatient Access Analyst - Epic
January 15, 2018
New York, New York
Advertised Summary Job Description: The Information Technology Inpatient Access Analyst -Epic, is responsible for providing, tactical, and operational support for the implementation of Enterprise Epic systems. Reporting to the Access Program Manager ? Epic, the Analyst is responsible for system build, implementation and operations activities for Epic Grand Central as well as involvement and/or support for additional Epic modules as needed. The individual will be part of a consortium team with colleagues at affiliated institutions, consisting of clinicians, project managers, analysts, and developers with module specific domain expertise. This position works closely with clinical and business users and assists a multi-disciplinary team in the design, implementation, optimization, change management, and issue resolution related to the enterprise system. This position requires broad exposure to systems such as the Epic platform, along with clinical workflow and business processes. As an Analyst for the Enterprise Epic initiative, this individual will collaborate with appropriate technical and operational leaders from affiliated institutions.
General Minimum Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience.
Additional Specific Minimum Qualifications: Epic Module Certification (Epic module certification is required from the outset but must be obtained during the first four months of employment) Ability to work within a team environment Excellent analytical, problem solving, written and verbal communications skills. Strong customer service skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Degree or major in Computer Science or related field preferred. Masters degree preferred. ITIL PMP Knowledge in Operating Systems and Databases: Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Oracle, SQL Knowledge of Programming Languages where applicable: Java, HTML, Visual Basic, C, C++, Perl Familiarity with HL-7, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Visio, ITSM Familiarity with either clinical or financial systems such as Epic, IDX, Eagle, Touchworks, Eclipsys, Sunrise Clinical Manager, AthenaHealth
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Internal Number: 126_166889
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