Helpful and friendly colleagues but inconsistent management
Business Intelligence Developer (Former Employee) – Verona, WI – November 5, 2014
As a business intelligence developer on the outpatient healthcare team, a typical day at work would be spent creating development logs, working on development projects (in Epic's electronic medical record system, Oracle/Microsoft SQL servers and SAP Crystal reports), documenting projects and troubleshooting errors with the help of other developers on other teams.
I learned a lot about the software development process, SQL and Crystal reports and my co-workers were very helpful. However, I did have problems in setting my team lead's expectations.
The hardest part of my job was getting help for the first project that I worked on, i.e. creating a report for the American Joint Replacement Registry, since there were no other business intelligence developers on my team (orthopedics). Towards the end of my time at Epic, I was able to get a lot of help from my co-workers and understand important healthcare topics such as computerized physician order entry.