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Epic Ambulatory EMR Analyst will be responsible to implement, build, maintain and optimize Epic EMR system. They have knowledge of the Epic EMR software, operations and workflow, and work closely with the project team's clinical leaders to translate business needs into EMR functionality. An analyst is expected to have Epic knowledge and build expertise in orders (lab, rad, procedures etc.), charge capture and general ambulatory.
Analyst is expected to be able to work with clinics to translate workflows to Epic functionality, identify gaps, provides mutually agreeable solutions to close workflow gaps. Involves design, building, testing, and implementation of clinical application systems. Provides support to clinical users through knowledge of clinical processes, documentation needs, workflows, and clinical practice standards, when adapting software to meet their needs. Works with clinicians to create or adapt written protocols. Prepares detailed specs encompassing clinical processes, information flow, risk and impact analysis. May provide customer service, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
Bachelor's Degree in health care information technology, computer science, or related area; and/or equivalent combination of experience/training.
Required to be certified in an assigned EMR vendor's product/module within the first six months of employment.
Must satisfy all vendor testing requirements to be certified without needing to attend vendor's training a second time for the same class.
A minimum of three (3+) or more years of relevant Epic experience.
Experience and proven success in information systems implementation, development and support within a large-scale healthcare organization.
Demonstrated ability to provide expert consultative guidance and direction on change initiatives affecting clinical care processes.
Proven ability in workflow and data analysis and design techniques, including needs assessment, specification development, quantitative methods, planning and gap analysis.
Ability to effectively utilize system tools to meet functionality needs of users.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Dedicated team player with strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to plan and organize day-to-day activities along with short and long-term projects; in-depth knowledge of organizational and project planning processes. Ability to produce and maintain high quality planning documents.
Experience as a major participant in a clinical system implementation.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
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