Project management for a standardized and optimized EHR organization
EHR Pharmacy Implementation - Team Lead (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 31, 2015
Dignity Health exercises and upholds their Human Kindness motto through their treatment of associates as well as how employees treat each other.
All together, the 16 months with Dignity Health hasmore... earned me a learning experience I am grateful for:
- to plan, manage and ensure the success of a project's development, configuration, testing, training and implementation
- manage up to 8 team members and their daily/weekly tasks for completion and accuracy
- maintain the relationship between the EHR IT teams and the hospital pharmacies
- learn enterprise standards and understand how each hospital will fit into the grand design of a shared EHR domain
The difficult part of the job was balancing the responsibilities while trying to find the boundaries and history of the enterprise decisions. Without an on-boarding process to quickly catch new associates up to speed, piecing together the design alongside managing the success of an EHR implementation was no easy task.
In hindsight, the difficulties will always be out shadowed by the amazing relationships forged, and the opportunity to stretch my boundaries and grow. less
Monitor Tech in ICU/CCU, DOU, PIU and Telemetry (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, California – August 26, 2015
this place had potential to grow but for some reason the management and admin force was not interested in listening to worker's opinions, despite the fact that they have always given the chance for workers to express their concerns and suggestions for improvements for the hospital.
small, family oriented environment. Workers knew each other very well.
A bad management. Management was never interested in the worker's safety, interests and suggestions to improve the hospital.
Great work environment. Great people to work with.
Test Analyst III (Test Manager) (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 25, 2015
A typical day of work starts with planning and execution of deliverable at hand. Lot of coordination is needed to get the ball rolling and each individual in the team has to play a role per the plan tomore... facilitate, govern, monitor and educate teams on day to day basis. Management is very supportive though there are challenges in terms of getting application access at times. Co-workers are very kind, polite and hard working. Work environment is the best part of working with Dignity Health. less
Shaw Heart Center Cardiology Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Roseburg, OR – August 18, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job that I do is that I get to use my strengths to make someone else's day better, and the needs of the individual come first. The needs of the organization are advanced through constant evaluation and assessment on a daily basis of how the workflow would provide the best care possible.
good place to learn new therapy and keep up with up to date equipment
Respiratory therapist (Former Employee) – Siena campus henderson nv. – August 5, 2015
Work loads given per staffing, rotating work loads from adults to peds to nicu pts. Responding to merts/codes when called. Co-workers pitch in when needed. Management on call if needed for additional staffing.more... Having supplies on hand if needed for emergency situations is a hard part of the job if previous shift has not stocked supply room. Having the feeling my work was done to the best of my ability and pt care was taken care of. less
room to learn new forms of pt improvent i:e HFNC with up to date equipment.
Not always having proper staffing when pt loads increase due to ER pts.
Supervisor- Wendy Posey (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – August 5, 2015
At Dignity Health you matter as an employee. Some of the best managers and workers around. Every day is greeted by new projects and difficult billing. I've learned so much about the different systems and procedures involved in billing and follow-up.
Case management Coordinator (Current Employee) – sacramento ca – August 3, 2015
The main function of a case management aide is to provide support to case managers. While the exact job responsibilities vary by setting, they generally include performing administrative tasks, such asmore... maintaining case files, updating referral information and verifying information related to health insurance or benefits. Some case management aides are required to interact with clients, perform initial intake interviews to determine the type of problem or need, formulate treatment plans in conjunction with case managers or social workers and help review treatment progress. less
I've always enjoyed working with people and helping to make some kind of positive impact in their lives. In this field, I was able to hire, schedule my employees, conduct meetings for sales purposes, employeemore... conduct, digital seminars, help and teach customers about digital photography, camcorders and film processing, etc; I enjoyed the variety of different people and attitudes encountered daily, the smiles of satisfaction, multi-tasking different assignments and still being able to reach my goals, the happy and fun environment and even the "not so fun" things that came my way. Something good always came from each experience. Worked well with employees, customers, and other members of management. less
Sr. Patient Acct asst (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – July 29, 2015
A nice company to work for. Great medical benefits however salary was on the low side, Did a lot of croiss training, but after the sale of parts of the business decided it was time to move on as advancement was not looking good.
Dietary Cook (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – July 29, 2015
. Utilized a variety of kitchen utensils and equipment . Responsible for inspection/cleaning of food prep areas to ensure sanitary practices . Weighed, measured and mixed ingredients according to recipes and personal judgment
Payment Poster / Cash Applications Clerk (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – July 27, 2015
Dignity Health is by far one of the greatest places to work. The managers and staff work together to create a productive system centered around teamwork. Communication is clear and valued between members of the staff as well as staff to patients. There are opportunities for advancement and employees always feel supported by management.
Communication, room for growth, support and teamwork.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Des Moines, IA – July 22, 2015
Arrive at work at 5 am, I have learned so many social skills and everyone in my department is part of my family. Very fast-paced and things need to be done in a timely manner to assure patients are ready for surgery time.
BSN, RN (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 16, 2015
loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours. loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours.loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours. loved it, awesome employee benefits and greatmore... hours.loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours. loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours.loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours. loved it, awesome employee benefits and great hours. less