Epic Systems Trainer (Former Employee) – Weston, Florida – July 27, 2015
I participated in a two week end-user training at a local hospital for the Epic system. It was highly enjoyable and everyone was professional and friendly. the Nurses were eager to learn and easy to train.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Westlake, OH – May 20, 2015
As an Alego health Epic Ambulatory Consultant my job is to support the Go-Live process for the end users. I greet the staff, informing them I am here to help. Worked very close with the Ambulatory staff at the facility designated and really must say this is the job I believe was made for me.
IT Technical Support / Clinical Systems Education (Current Employee) – Westlake, OH – April 17, 2015
My co-workers and I are on the floor assisting doctors or nurses with any questions or problems dealing with EPIC. It is a great feeling when we are able to make their already hectic work easier by helping them with the software. If there is a question or problem that we cannot answer, we work hard to find a solution to it.
The only problem is that, even though I am on their rosters, instead of utilizing their existing staff for projects, they are hiring new employees. I love the work I do for them but must have angered someone in management because I haven't worked since December. I need a more regular income than Alego seems to be able (willing?) to provide.
Provider Support Trainer (Current Employee) – Westlake, OH – January 3, 2015
When working I am with either nurses or physicians showing them what the updates are for their EMR system. The hardest part is being able to keep up with the ever changing updates and giving correct information.
I have been working with this company for 2yrs and 10 months just love to be in the IT field. Willing to travel and just grow in my career. I started right out of nursing school and worked with them ever since. I would recommend my friends to this company. I want to further my education in this field. I have done many different software's from epic, cerner,allscripts and meditech
Positive and friendly coworkers. Typical day at work involves mainly providing great customer service and training for the MatrixCare electronic medical record. I have learned a great deal about the company and the industry because I have been able to work with so many different types of communities in Long Term Care.
I am working this job while going to school and it is great for that. I can work flexible hours and don't have to deal with customers or clients.
Management here is a mess. They don't talk to one another and they don't know what is going on half the time. When you email your manager, you might as well cc every other manager in the company or it will come back to bite you.
Informatics Support Technician (Current Employee) – Cleveland and surrounding areas – September 28, 2013
Management promotes learning and professional growth. Opportunities to grow to become a trainer in the Informatics area. Typical day at work; we are assigned to a unit, we introduce ourselves to the staff, train staff nurses to use system updates and changes and report any unresolvable issues to Nursing Informatics Department personnel. We work with the staff throughout the GoLive training staff to use the new software and work through any issues that arise. The hardest part of the job are the system breakdowns where the system is unavailable. The most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to help nurses and the feeling of accomplishment when we can resolve issues for them.
able to work independently.
project work, although we are paid very well, we are on a project to project basis.
1st Ambulatory Care - EMR Coordinator (Current Employee) – Westlake, ohio – July 24, 2013
I'm learning many new application software packages. The management style is professional and co workers are flexible. The hardest part of the job is obtaining full time hours within the company. The most enjoyable part of the job is networking with new people I meet and entering confidential patient information on a daily basis.
Aiding nursing homes and hospitals with smooth transistioning into elctronic medical records
Health Informatics Support Tech (Former Employee) – Eastlake, OH – July 24, 2013
A typical day at work consist of waiting at various nursing stations for someone to have a question concerning electronic medical records.
I learned how to navigate thoroughly through the Epic system.
The co-workers are very helpful.
The hardest part of the job is standing around waiting on someone to ask a question. On some occasions, no one would ask a question for the entire shift. I would attempt to ask staff if they need help, or just general education on the system and most of the time staff was already preoccupied.
The most enjoyable part of the job is learning new additions to the Epic system and being able to help people in the time of need.
EHR Trainer (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – March 18, 2013
Terrible project management. Lack professionalism, integrity and organizaton as a whole. Poor training and preparation for projects. I felt as if I were set up for failure as a trainer from day one. Poor communication from project management. Self scheduling doesnt guarentee hours and often times you dont know your schedule for the week until midnight the night before, Often times you schedule yourself for shifts and are very flexible only to find that you didn't get any hours at all. Young, inexperienced, uneducated people running a company that has the ability to tarnish your professional integrity and reputation.
self scheduling, ability to make extra income
no guarentee for hours, no communication, terrible prep and training