This position will be given the less complex reporting requests as a learning strategy for moving to a mid-level position. The analyst will take User change statements and User requests for new reports and through collaboration with the requestor, workflow analysts and guidance from team members will identify and document the detailed requirements. With appropriate guidance from team members the analyst will design and develop a reporting solution that meets the customer requirements and also complies with CID and BIMD standards. It is expected that the analyst has a working knowledge of Epic Ambulatory and/or Inpatient workflows and is familiar with the Epic Clarity data structures. Skills and activities required include: an understanding of data warehousing and a working knowledge of SQL and at least one relevant reporting tool such as: Cognos, Crystal, Business Objects Webi and Epic Reporting Workbench. The analyst should also have at least a conceptual understanding of all phases of a system development lifecycle and data analysis.
The Entry level Systems/Application Analyst, will (1) Work with clinical users, and Clinical Informatics staff to develop report requirements and specifications. (2) Design, development and implement clinical report solutions to support the mission of OHSU and Clinical Informatics. (3) Collaborate with BIMD to design data warehouse solutions to support the reporting needs. (4) Collaborate with the Clinical Users to develop and execute test cases and record results and incidents in testing logs (5) Fix incidents and implement the reporting solutions into production. (6) Participate in supporting the training clinical users in the use of reporting tools.
The analyst will observe due care, objectivity and respect for confidentiality. All employees must keep confidential what they hear and what they see when handling, reviewing, or observing: communications and records thereof (calls, email, pages, fax, etc.), data transmission, databases, or other forms of information Confidentiality extends to the identities of the parties of the communications, and even to the fact that the communication took place. When sharing information, consider whether the recipient has a true business need to know.
CID employees are responsible for the security of OHSU technology. In exercising their duties, CID employees must follow OHSU security directives, incorporating security measures in the delivery of their everyday tasks, and are required to report security concerns to the ITG Security Engineering team.