The CIS Special Projects Analyst is the informatics lead on assigned special Clinical Information System projects. Utilizes Cerner Millennium skill set to facilitate development and deployment of new functionality. Applies broad informatics knowledge (technical and process) to work with teams to implement new clinical systems. Works with subject matter experts, technical and application experts, and the AHS Office of Clinical Effectiveness to deliver optimized clinical information systems and information management. Key contributor to enterprise-wide clinical informatics projects.
Works closely with clinical subject matter experts and the AHS-IS team members to optimize care supported by clinical information systems. Actively participates in process analysis and redesign, communication, education and clinician support with deployment of new functionality.
This position will initially be an integral part of the Optimization team. Primary duties include: analysis and optimization of the care processes and workflow of the hospital post migration from paper to CPOE, ensure proper education & training to clinical staff and physicians, support clinicians and providers at the time of transformation of the site/hospital, and monitor the system and impacted processes before, during and post go-live.
The CIS Special Projects Analyst should understand clinical workflows and electronic order entry management in a hospital environment. They must have excellent skills in customer service and communicating with physicians and other hospital staff.
Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare or related field
3+ years of clinical healthcare experience or clinical system experience. RN preferred
2-5 years of Cerner Millennium experience required
3-5 years Clinical System Implementation preferred
Experience with Cerner Millennium application tools preferred.
Ability to travel up to 80%
Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills are required
Highly strategic, creative, and process oriented
Strong analytical and organizational skills
Ability to work in a fast-paced, collaborative team environment
Ability to interface and influence at all organizational levels
Frequent scheduled travel (up to 80%, dependent upon project assignment)
AHS Information Services
Staff / Associate
Yes, 75 % of the Time
Nov 16, 2012, 1:57:12 PM
Adventist Health System - 20 months ago